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PILBARA PORTS FACTS

On 1 July 2014, Port Hedland Port Authority amalgamated with Dampier Port Authority to form Pilbara Ports Authority. Pilbara Ports Authority stretches from the Port of Ashburton near Onslow in the south, to the Port of Port Hedland in the north, and includes the future Ports of Anketell and Cape Preston East. Find out more..

PORT OF PORT HEDLAND
TOTAL TONNAGE (201516)
460,408,649
PORT OF DAMPIER
TOTAL TONNAGE (201516)
172,999,289

PPA Imports and Exports

Exports (630,684,596 tonnes)
(201516)
95%
Iron ore
4%
LNG/LPG
0.5%
Salt
0.5%
Other
Imports (2,852,434 tonnes)
(201516)
16%
General Cargo
75%
Fuels/Diesel
1%
Ammonium Nitrate
8%
Other
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Recreational Vessel Safety
Pilbara Ports Map
Port Hedland
Dampier
Ashburton
Cape Preston East
Anketell
Ashburton Port Hedland Dampier Anketell Cape Preston East
8/09/2017 | Pilbara Ports Authority

Pilbara Ports Authority has delivered a total monthly throughput of 57.9 million tonnes (Mt) for ...

4/09/2017 | Pilbara Ports Authority

At 6pm on Saturday 2 September 2017, the first live export shipment from the Pilbara since 2013, ...

8/08/2017 | Pilbara Ports Authority

Latest monthly stats

7/07/2017 | Pilbara Ports Authority

Latest shipping figures


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15/09/2017 | Port of Ashburton

Pile removal works to commence on 18th September 2017

8/09/2017 | Port of Ashburton

The Port of Ashburton handook has been updated

8/09/2017 | Port of Ashburton

Ashburton VTS implementation as of 11/09/2017

16/08/2017 | Port of Port Hedland

Marine Notices for Fireworks Display, Spoil Bank, Port Hedland North West Festival 2017

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