Geelongport is Victoria’s second largest port located within Victoria’s largest regional city, Geelong.
Managing close to 12 million tonnes of cargo and 600 vessel visits per year, GeelongPort supports the agriculture, construction, energy and tourism sectors.
Situated on Corio Bay, GeelongPort is located 75 kilometres southwest of Melbourne in Geelong, Victoria. Operating over 90 hectares of land and comprising of 15 berths over two primary precincts, Corio Quay and Lascelles, GeelongPort provides land, infrastructure and services to facilitate trade for some of Victoria’s largest businesses.
As Victoria’s premier bulk port and a major driver of Victoria’s economy, GeelongPort facilitates more than $7 billion of trade annually. The location of GeelongPort makes it of high strategic significance for Victoria, providing easy access to logistics routes for trade through critical road, rail, air and channel connections for Geelong and south-west Victoria’s supply chains.
GeelongPort is striving to become the most environmentally sustainable bulk port in Australia and is committed to undertaking our activities with care and respect for the environment.
While GeelongPort manages wharf and land-side infrastructure, the Victorian Regional Channels Authority (VRCA) is responsible for channel management and commercial navigation of commercial waters in and around Geelong.