Port of Brisbane, Queensland’s largest multi-cargo port, has received the Port or Terminal of the Year Award at the Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards. Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) CEO, Roy Cummins, said he was proud to receive the award, which was testament to the hard work and high standards set by the Port’s employees.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says Queensland is set to welcome its first dedicated mega-cruise ship terminal with construction set to commence on the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd’s (PBPL) $158 million Brisbane International Cruise Terminal at Luggage Point on the north side of the Brisbane River.
Port of Brisbane News
From the end of July to early August the Port of Brisbane will host several Navy vessels.
IMPORTANT: As traffic is expected to increase, we highly recommend that members of the public do not enter the Fisherman Islands and Port of Brisbane precincts.
On Sunday 5 March, Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) hosted Clean-Up Australia Day and tree-planting activities at the port, working with local partners Tangalooma EcoMarines
and Queensland Urban Utilities
. Around 100 people participated in the clean-up and tree planting activities, which took place on part of the Port’s dedicated environmental areas, adjacent to the Moreton Bay Marine Park.
On Thursday 23 November, out of hours’ work activities will be carried out on the Kite Street overpass between 8pm and 5am. In the event of wet weather, this work will be carried out on the next available night shift. During this time, a detour will be in place for traffic exiting Kite Street via Bulk Terminal Drive roundabout, Fisherman Island
Due to wet weather and site conditions, Thursday’s proposed traffic change on Port Drive (see notification #51), will now be implemented on Tuesday 14 November 2017, weather and site conditions permitting. In the event of wet weather, the traffic switch will be carried out on the next available night shift.