Shipping Schedule

Commercial Shipping Schedule

Maritime Safety Queensland provides information about actual and forecast shipping movements in Queensland ports through a website link.

Click here for information on ships in a particular port.

Cruise Ships

The Port of Brisbane currently hosts the larger cruise ships (more than 270 metres long) that are unable to berth at the Portside Wharf  Cruise Ship Terminal located in the inner city suburb of Hamilton.
Currently Portside Wharf is the main port cruise facility for Brisbane and as a result the Port of Brisbane facilities are only equipped for periodical day use. We have one terminal currently being used for cruise ships - the Multi-user Terminal (FI Grain).
Please make sure you contact your Shipping/Travel Agent to confirm where your cruise ship will be arriving/departing from as well as providing additional information regarding your cruise.
For information on the proposed Brisbane International Cruise Ship Terminal Click here

For passenger and visitor information on accessing the Multi-user Terminal (F I Grain), click here.
Important note: We highly recommend passengers take advantage of shuttle bus services if available to meet friends and family in the CBD to avoid any possible traffic delays.

Should you wish to view cruise ships, the best vantage point for sightseers is from the Shorncliffe pier and Nudgee Beach. Interested members of the public will not be granted access to the Port of Brisbane Multi User Terminal or other surrounding areas to view vessels.

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