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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 (201617)
500,909,000
PORT OF DAMPIER
TOTAL TONNAGE (201617)
167,635,000

PPA Imports and Exports

Exports (630,684,596 tonnes)
(201617)
95%
Iron ore
4%
LNG/LPG
0.5%
Salt
0.5%
Other
Imports (2,852,434 tonnes)
(201617)
16%
General Cargo
75%
Fuels/Diesel
1%
Ammonium Nitrate
8%
Other
Employment and Careers
Recreational Vessel Safety
Pilbara Ports Map
Port Hedland
Dampier
Ashburton
Cape Preston East
Anketell
Ashburton Port Hedland Dampier Anketell Cape Preston East
9/04/2018 | Pilbara Ports Authority

Shipping statistics for March 2018

29/03/2018 | Pilbara Ports Authority

Port Hedland's Main Street Jetty will be upgraded in coming weeks. 

29/03/2018 | Pilbara Ports Authority

Pilbara Ports Authority will host its second live export forum on 11 April 2018, ahead of the 201...

20/03/2018 | Pilbara Ports Authority

20 March 2018 - Helicopter recovered 


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24/04/2018 | Port of Ashburton

Hydrographic surveys are currently being conducted within the Port of Ashburton

17/04/2018 | Port of Dampier

Port users are advised of inoperative 'PEL light'

12/04/2018 | Port of Port Hedland

Mariners are advised that as part of the Lumsden Point dredging works, a sinker pipeline (566 met...

12/04/2018 | Pilbara Ports Authority

Mariners are advised that as part of the Lumsden Point dredging works, a sinker pipeline (566 met...

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