Welcome to the port of Albany

The Port of Albany is located 400kms south of Perth, Western Australia and is home to more than 30,000 inhabitants.

The oldest colonial settlement in Western Australia, the port was first established in 1826 and as the first deepwater port, has traditionally played a key role in facilitating trade.

Today the Port of Albany supports exports including grain, woodchips, silica sand and imports including fertiliser and fuel. More

 

PORT MASTER PLAN

The Port of Albany Master Plan guides the long-term development of our Port and provides a framework from which we can make informed decisions today to optimise our port operations and infrastructure for the future.

Read more about out Master Plan here.

 

BRUNSWICK ROAD REVEGETATION

An additional 900 native trees, shrubs and ground covers will be planted over the next three years along a 300-metre stretch port buffer on Brunswick Road. For project updates read more.

 

REMEDIAL WORKS - MASS ROCKS GRASSED AREA

Southern Ports is undertaking remedial works in the grassed area surrounding Mass Rocks on Brunswick Road, Albany. During this time, public access is not permitted in fenced zones. Read more.

 

SOUTHDOWN MAGNETITE PROJECT

Details of Grange Resources' proposed Southdown Magnetite Project can be found here.

 

Cruise Ships

Details of the Port of Albany 23-24 cruising season can be found here.

 

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Total Tonnage Through Port
5,038,975
Ship visits
147
TRADE (mT)
TRADE (%)
IMPORT (%)
EXPORT (%)
  • Minerals
  • Grains
  • Wood Products
  • Other
  • Non Cargo

Note: Statistics above represent a 12 month rolling summary of trade. Data may not be current and should not be relied upon - see Terms of Use.

Port Status

Port Open
SECURITY LEVEL 1

WEATHER

  • 20.9 oC

  • NNW 17 km/h

    gust to 22 km/h

  • 1010.3 hPa

    Wind pressure

  • 0.0 mm

    Rain since 9am

Albany Airport, Lat: -34.9 Lon: 117.8, 24 May 05:30 pm Data Courtesy of BOM.GOV.AU

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Member for Albany Rebecca Stephens MLA, City of Albany CEO Andrew Sharpe, Southern Ports CEO Keith Wilks and Regional Manager Paul McSweeney visited the Port of Albany’s More
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Southern Ports will open its gates to the Great Southern community on Saturday 27 April to discover the inner workings of the Port of Albany.
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