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Inner Harbour

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Berth Details and Restrictions
Navigational restrictions may apply to some larger vessels.
See Inner Harbour’s berth details and restrictions.

Inner Harbour grain berth is situated on the Port River, 11km upstream of Outer Harbor.

 
Facility Information
Ship loader type
  • Two identical gantry loaders
  • Spout trimming only
Number of belts 1
Number of spouts 2
Air draft 14.7m
Indicative loading rate 1,000 tonnes/hour


Outer Harbor

Situated near the mouth of the Port River, Outer Harbor is 11km downstream of the Inner Harbour grain berth. Outer Harbor was custom-built on the deep-water berth to allow larger vessels to load.

 
Facility Information
Ship loader type
  • Cleveland cascade chute travelling loader
  • Trimming head attached to loader when hold trimming
Number of belts 1
Number of spouts 1
Air draft 24.4m
Indicative loading rate 2,200 tonnes/hour
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Berth Details and Restrictions
See Outer Harbor’s berth details and restrictions.


Wallaroo

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Berth Details and Restrictions
See Wallaroo’s berth details and restrictions.

The Port of Wallaroo is situated on the eastern side of Spencer Gulf, 160km by road and 197 nautical miles from Adelaide.

 
Facility Information
Ship loader type
  • 5 identical slewing loading booms with spouts attached (operate 2 at a time)
  • Spout trimming only
Number of belts 1
Number of spouts 5
Air draft 12.9
Indicative loading rate 800 tonnes/hour


Port Giles

Port Giles features a deep-water berth, situated on the eastern side of Yorke Peninsula, 217km by road and 35 nautical miles from Adelaide.

 
 Facility Information
Ship loader type
  • 5 identical slewing loading booms with spouts attached
  • No trimming heads available
  • Spout trimming only
Number of belts 1
Number of spouts 5
Air draft 15.5m
Indicative loading rate 1,000 tonnes/hour
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Berth Details and Restrictions
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Port Lincoln

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Berth Details and Restrictions
See Port Lincoln’s berth details and restrictions.

Port Lincoln is situated at the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula, 682 km from Adelaide by road and 280km west by air. A natural deep water harbour makes Port Lincoln attractive to large bulk grain carriers for topping up loads from shallow ports in South Australia and Victoria.

 
Facility Information
Ship loader type
  • 2 travelling gantry loaders
  • Spout trimming only
Number of belts 2
Number of spouts 2
Air draft 22.3
Indicative loading rate 3,000 tonnes/hour


Thevenard

The Port of Thevenard is 793 kilometres west of Adelaide and 3 kilometres from the centre of Ceduna.

 
Facility Information
Ship loader type
  • 1 travelling gantry with retractable boom and spout attached
  • No trimming heads available
  • Spout trimming only
Number of belts 1
Number of spouts 1
Air draft 14m
Indicative loading rate 1,000 tonnes/hour
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Berth Details and Restrictions
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