Port News

Open House Boat Tours a huge success!
On Sunday 28 July, the Port of Melbourne joined sites across the city, offering guided boat tours as part of Open House Melbourne. We ran 6 of our ever-popular boat tours between 10 am and 4 pm, which saw over 1400 visitors, visiting major port facilities including Victoria, Appleton and Swanson ...
Port joins Open House Melbourne!
If you missed out on a Port of Melbourne Open Day boat tour in summer, don’t despair! We’re gearing up again for another fantastic day of tours for Open House Melbourne 2019. The Port of  Melbourne will be running boat tours on Sunday, 28 July. Like most Open House events, we won’t be t ...
Paddle Against Plastic – A Huge Success!
On Sunday 2 June, over 100 volunteers boarded kayaks, dragon boats and paddle boards to help remove rubbish for the ‘Moonee Ponds Creek Paddle against Plastic’. The volunteers managed to collect over 1 tonne of rubbish, filling two 10metre by 2metre skip bins. All rubbish collected was sorted ...
Moving towards a Sustainable Future
Port of Melbourne today launched its Sustainability Report, detailing its 2018 performance across its environmental, social, economic, and governance systems. Port of Melbourne CEO, Brendan Bourke, welcomed the Report’s launch and reiterated the company ...
Tunnel Boring Machine unloaded at Port of Melbourne

As Australia’s largest container and general cargo port, the Port of Melbourne is proud to help facilitate the arrival of vital equipment for state changing infrastructure projects. On Sunday 13 January, the first of the two massive tunnel boring machines that will build t ...

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