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Swanson Dock West

Part of the busiest international container terminal in Australasia, Swanson Dock West has a berth length of around 944 metres and is operated by DP World.

Swanson Dock East

Part of the busiest international container terminal in Australasia, Swanson Dock East has a berth length of around 885 metres and is operated by Patrick, part of the ASX listed Asciano group.

Coode Island

Originally a swampy marshland, Coode Island is a bulk liquid hazardous storage facility for chemicals which are used in the production of products including paints, plastics, lubricating oils, detergents, pharmaceuticals and health care products.

Dynon rail yard

The Dynon rail yard emerged from reclaimed swamplands. The North Dynon sidings are located next to South Kensington train station. The South Dynon complex is the main intermodal facility for container transportation.

Moonee Ponds Creek

The downstream end of the Moonee Ponds Creek runs almost parallel to the west of the Bolte Bridge. It was realigned in 2002 to help development of Victoria Dock and create a buffer between the port and the Docklands residential area.

Victoria Dock

A general cargo dock with logistics and warehousing facilities, operated by Qube Logistics.

South Wharf

Handles a variety of cargo including breakbulk such as iron, steel and timber products. Bulk cement is transferred from ship to shore within contained handling silos.
Towage service providers Svitzer Australasia and PB Towage have their respective tug fleets based at South Wharf.

Appleton Dock

Comprising five berths with a length of nearly one kilometre, Appleton Dock handles a range of general, dry bulk and breakbulk cargo including new motor vehicles, transport and agricultural equipment.

No. 1 Maribyrnong

Liquid bulk berth handling hazardous and non-hazardous cargo, directly linked to the Coode Island storage facilities.

Melbourne VTS

Located in the Port Operations Control Centre and operating around the clock, Melbourne VTS is a modern communications centre for coordinating safe navigation of commercial ships in Port Phillip Bay and focal point for emergency and incident management in the port precinct.

Footscray Wharf

This has been upgraded with new berthing facilities and extensive lighting and landscaping to improve public access and visual amenity.

221 Whitehall Street

With a long history of industrial use stretching back to the 1840s, PoMC finished remediation of the site for commercial lease.

Yarraville berths

Bulk cargo berths handling a wide range of commodities including gypsum, sugar and fertiliser.

Francis Street Pier

Francis Street Pier was recently completed as part of the Port Interface Master Plan to revitalise shared spaces and reconnect the community with its port.

Holden Dock

A liquid bulk terminal handling refined petroleum products.

Stony Creek Backwash

Part of the Port Heritage Trail, ballast quarries were located in the area in the 1850s.
A plaque dedicated to the 35 workers killed when a span of the West Gate Bridge collapsed on October 15, 1970, is located on one of the bridge's supporting piles at the south-western corner of the backwash.

Riverside Park

Part of the Port Heritage Trail, Riverside Park is located near the former steam ferry route linking Melbourne and Williamstown.

Point Gellibrand

Built in 1855 by convict labour, the bluestone tower on this site originally operated as a lighthouse and forms part of the Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park which is managed by Parks Victoria.

Ann Street Pier

Built in 1853 when it was originally known as New Pier, Ann Street Pier hosts ancillary marine plant and equipment.

Gellibrand Pier

A liquid bulk terminal handling crude oil with a direct pipeline to Mobil’s Altona refinery.

Breakwater Pier

Site of an existing stone pier built by convicts in the early 1850s. The pier has been successively modified over generations including a major redevelopment in the early 1960s to accommodate liquid bulk tankers.

Westgate Park

Inner city park with barbecue and picnic facilities located at the foot of the West Gate Bridge along the eastern banks of the Yarra River.

Webb Dock West

A roll on / roll off facility for new motor vehicles which comprises part of the largest automotive terminal in Australasia.

Webb Dock East

Facility largely dedicated to Bass Strait and automotive trades.

Webb Dock North

Soon to be developed for pre-delivery inspection facilities as part of the Port Capacity Project to streamline delivery of new motor vehicles to dealerships.

Rotten Row

Part of the Port Heritage Trail, Rotten Row once hosted six jetties built by the Melbourne Harbor Trust in 1889 to stockpile timber.

Pier 35

Commercial marina with restaurant facilities offering a good vantage point for viewing passing ships.

Station Pier

The heritage listed pier is Victoria’s cruise ship gateway and terminal for TT-Line’s Spirit of Tasmania ferry services.

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