- published: 06 May 2015
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Port of Newcastle is pleased to announce that our application to the Hunter Infrastructure and Investment Fund (HIIF) with the Port Authority of NSW has been successful. The NSW Government today announced that it will provide $12.7 million for a multi-purpose cruise terminal at the Port of Newcastle. Watch our video by Out of the Square Media celebrating cruise shipping in Newcastle and our exciting plans towards building the terminal at the Port’s Channel berth.
The Port of Newcastle is one of Australia's largest ports and has expertise in handling oversized and specialised cargoes including wind turbines, tunnel boring machines, transformers, boats, rolling stock, building materials and mining and construction equipment. This video outlines Port of Newcastle's infrastructure and how the port can assist. Enquiries: Port of Newcastle's Trade and Business Development Team, phone +612 4908 8200.
Luxurious Port of Newcastle Living! Gorgeous and bright 3 Bedroom, 3 bathroom home. With oversized (oversized is an understatement) eat in Kitchen with walk out to 2 tier deck, perfect for entertaining. This home has it all! Hardwood flooring, berber carpeting, Stainless Steel appliances w gas stove and French door refrigerator, double sided gas fireplace, main floor laundry with front Loader washer and dryer, and garage access from the home. large Master with walkout to full sized balcony with southern exposure also bodes a master ensuite with soaker tub and standup shower, newly finished basement offers new berber carpeting and freshly painted walls, with rec room and games room and office or bedroom. This home offers the full package that the Port of Newcastle has to offer with acc...
A cruise port stop over at Newcastle Upon Tyne
Eight wind turbines arrived in the Port of Newcastle on Saturday 15 October aboard the vessel MV Erna Oldendorff. The shipment is the first of eight to arrive between October 2016 and May 2017, bound for the Goldwind White Rock Wind Farm near Glen Innes in the New England Tablelands, New South Wales. The wind turbine blades are the largest to arrive in Australia to date, each measuring 59.5 metres in length.