Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) provides the necessary infrastructure to facilitate trade growth through the sustainable planning and development of new facilities and the maintenance and management of existing facilities at the Port of Brisbane.
Over the next five years (from 2017/18), Port of Brisbane is planning to invest more than $600 million in infrastructure improvements.
A number of significant infrastructure projects are planned or currently underway.
Brisbane International Cruise Terminal – south-east Queensland’s first mega cruise ship terminal is being constructed at Luggage Point
Port Drive Upgrade project – a major $110 million road upgrade currently underway to enhance safety and efficiency
Future Port Expansion (FPE) area – work continues on the award-winning FPE area, which will provide a further 230 hectares of port land and increased quay line
- Offsite Stormwater Treatment Project – Queensland’s first scientifically-based and assessed offsite stormwater treatment project in the Lockyer Valley, which benefits development at the Port of Brisbane
- NCOS Online – world-leading vessel operability tool, and under keel clearance technology enabling bigger and deeper draft vessels to call at the Port of Brisbane
Past Port Development Projects
Since 2009, PBPL has delivered major new infrastructure and upgrade works, including:
Berths 11 and 12 – completed 2012
Captain Bishop Bridge replacement and duplication – completed August 2011
Port Office Building – opened August 2010
General Purpose Berth and Terminal – opened 2009
Berth 10 – completed 2009.