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

Cruise update (9 September 2020)

The Federal Government’s current restriction on cruise ships entering Australian waters is currently in place until 17 December 2020.

Under the current public health emergency in relation to Covid-19 made under the Public Health Act 2005 (Qld), the Queensland Government has also restricted cruise ships from other countries from entering Queensland waters unless they have been given permission to enter under Australian law. Its duration has been extended by regulation to 2 October 2020.

We urge you to check with your cruise line for the latest information relating to their operations.
The latest updates from the peak industry body for Australia’s cruise industry, the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia, are also available on its website.

PBPL will continue to work with all stakeholders to help facilitate a COVID-safe cruise recovery and believes the new Brisbane International Cruise Terminal will play a key role in the industry’s recovery in Queensland once cruising can safely resume.

CRUISE SHIPS

Please contact your Shipping/Travel Agent to confirm where your cruise ship will be arriving/departing from, as well as to provide additional information regarding your cruise.

Cruise ships at the Brisbane Cruise Terminal – Portside Wharf, Hamilton

For cruise ships berthing at the Brisbane Cruise Terminal at Portside Wharf, Hamilton, please click here.

Cruise ships at the Port of Brisbane Multi-User Terminal
(FI Grain)

Port of Brisbane currently hosts mega cruise ships (longer than 270m) unable to berth at Portside Wharf. For cruise ships berthing at the Port of Brisbane’s Multi-User Terminal (FI Grain), please see the table below. 

Viewing cruise ships

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.

For information on the Brisbane International Cruise Terminal (under construction), click here.

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