Providing a vital link for the Bundaberg region’s industry for over a century, the Port of Bundaberg is situated 19 kilometres downstream from the City of Bundaberg, approximately 5 kilometres from the mouth of the Burnett River.
Since the Port of Bundaberg was transferred to GPC in November 2009, GPC has been working to develop the port’s potential in line with the Corporation’s mission to responsibly manage, develop and operate port facilities and services for the sustainable economic growth and social prosperity of our region, Queensland and Australia.
The Port of Bundaberg is positioned for success and we're driving it there.
The Port of Bundaberg is serviced by two main wharves:
- Sir Thomas Hiley Wharf – handles bulk sugar exports
- John T. Fisher Wharf – handles molasses imports
The Port of Bundaberg Information Handbook provides a detailed overview of the port’s services and facilities for ship's masters, agents and owners.
Sir Thomas Hiley Wharf exported 516,080 tonnes of sugar and John T. Fisher Wharf imported 24,915 tonnes of molasses for the financial year 2015-16.
View our latest trade statistics.
Please refer to our shipping schedules webpage for shipping movements in the Port of Bundaberg.
Please refer to our port charges webpage for rates for the Port of Bundaberg.