Pilbara Port, Port Dampier

Pilbara Ports has published the Port of Dampier Land Use Master Plan, a ten-year roadmap outlining the direction of growth and future development needs for the Port of Dampier.

The plan outlines existing and potential future uses of land and infrastructure at the port, along with the movement of freight and cargoes in and out of the port area. 

The plan envisages:

  • A Port Services Precinct which will continue to offer a multi-purpose commodity trade role, including bulk liquids, cruise ships and roll on/roll off cargo
  • A cargo wharf which will continue to operate effectively alongside a new multi-user land-backed wharf
  • The development of land in the King Bay precinct for construction project laydown areas, warehousing and quarantine and customs facilities

Importantly, the plan identifies the need to protect and preserve the environment and heritage values in the port and surrounding areas.

Pilbara Ports Chief Executive Officer, Roger Johnston, said the Port of Dampier Land Use Master Plan outlines the ten-year outlook for the port, and the steps the port authority will take to support ongoing industry and trade growth in the Pilbara.

“The Plan will assist port users, industry members, suppliers, service providers and the community better understand how Port opportunities can be maximised,” Mr Johnston said.

“The Port of Dampier is significant infrastructure to the State of Western Australia because it links the offshore oil and gas deposits and inland mineral resources of the Pilbara with global markets.

“Last financial year, 167.9 million tonnes of cargo passed through the port, 81 per cent of which was iron ore. LNG and salt were other key commodities through the port.

“Over the past 50 years, the Port of Dampier has grown from a single operator iron ore export port to a thriving multi-commodity port with a well-developed supply base capability.”

The Port of Dampier is operated and managed by Pilbara Ports Authority, which is responsible for the safe and successful operations of all Port Authority Ports in the Pilbara.

For more information about the Dampier Land Use Master Plan, visit pilbaraports.com.au/ports/port-of-dampier/about-port-of-dampier/planning-and-development

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