The Port of Brisbane is one of the state’s most important economic assets, connecting Queensland trade to the world.
That’s why we’re focused on growing and developing the Port in a sustainable way, to ensure it truly is here for the future.
Over the last year, natural disasters and COVID-19 have deeply impacted our customers, supply chain partners and the community.
But working with our stakeholders, we have delivered important projects and initiatives.
We’re investing in infrastructure to boost growth and support jobs, such as the Brisbane International Cruise Terminal, and delivering new facilities for our customers.
We’re forging deeper community connections through the development of our Reconciliation Action Plan and support for community organisations, big and small.
We’re caring for the environment by managing our resources and protecting the surrounding habitat and biodiversity.
We’re investing our people, building a dynamic and diverse workforce.
And we continue to put the health, safety and security of the port community first.
Our Sustainability Report, which outlines our commitment and progress this year, is available on our website.
On behalf of our team, we thank you for your ongoing support.
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