Adelaide Port is a deep-water seaport located on the eastern coast of Australia in South Australia. It is the fifth busiest port in the country, handling over 3 million TEU of containerized cargo each year. The port is located approximately 14km from the city center of Adelaide and is situated adjacent to the Port River. The major towns near Adelaide Port are Glenelg, Henley Beach, Brighton, and Seacliff.
The port handles a range of cargoes, including containers, vehicles, bulk commodities, break bulk, and general cargo. It is also a central hub for cruise ships, with over 100 ships visiting each year. Adelaide Port is serviced by many shipping lines, including Maersk, CMA CGM, Evergreen, Hapag-Lloyd, Orient Overseas Container Line, and APL. The port is also serviced by several rail and road freight operators.
Adelaide Port is subject to the standard import and export requirements of Australia. All goods entering or leaving the country must be declared to customs, and all shipments must be accompanied by proper documentation. There are some restrictions on what can be imported into Australia, including items that are considered to be biosecurity risks.
These restrictions protect the country’s agricultural industry from pests and diseases. Depending on their value and classification, certain items may also be subject to import taxes and duties.
Address296 St Vincent Street Port Adelaide, South Australia 5015 Australia
Port AuthorityFlinders Ports Pty Ltd
Phone61 8 8447 0611
Fax61 8 8447 0606
Coordinates-34º -51′ -24” S, 138º 29′ 17” E
Mean tide2 feet
Channel26 – 30 feet 7.1 – 9.1 meters
Cargo Pier36 – 40 feet 11 – 12.2 meters
Anchorage31 – 35 feet 9.4 – 10 meters
Oil Terminal31 – 35 feet 9.4 – 10 meters
Max Vessel SizeOver 500 feet in length
Harbor TypeRiver Natural
0-24 Ton Lifts
25-49 Ton Lifts
50-100 Ton Lifts
100+ Ton Lifts
and Highly reliable
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