A cornerstone of the queensland economy
Total containersTEUs in 2019/20
Approximately$ millionforecast for port infrastructure works over the next five years
milliontonnes of tradein 2019/20
customerslocated within the precinct, supporting thousands of jobs
vessel calls annuallyincluding 25 cruise ship calls

PBPL is constructing the Brisbane International Cruise Terminal – south-east Queensland’s first dedicated facility able to accommodate mega cruise ships longer than 270m. When complete, it will be able to accommodate the largest ocean-going cruise liners in the world.

Operations and trade

PBPL’s Operations and Trade team works with customers to facilitate trade initiatives and improvements in supply chain logistics. More than 30 shipping lines currently service the Port of Brisbane from around the world.

  • 92haof available land prime for development, withadditional land being brought on each year
  • 50%cheaper cartage cost at the portthan surrounding industry areas

PBPL has various leasing and development opportunities available to suit your business requirements. Over 70 businesses across five precincts call the Port of Brisbane home including a diverse mix of industrial, transport operations, marine infrastructure, and retail/commercial tenants.

Hydrographic surveying and marine services

Our teams are responsible for maintaining safe navigational depths of the Port's 90km shipping channel and keeping Queensland’s world-class port open for business. They are supported by a fleet of surveying vessels and support craft, permanently equipped with state-of-the-art technology.


PBPL has a strong record of balancing environmental responsibilities with the operational impacts of being one of Australia's busiest multi-cargo ports. Port of Brisbane has received ISO14001 accreditation for its Environmental Management System since 2000.