A quirky old switch room referred to by locals as the ‘pizza hut’ at Auckland Point Wharf, now has a red roof to match after Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) found a creative way to up-cycle the old building and put a new spin on it.
A new Maritime Museum at Gladstone Ports Corporation's (GPC) waterfront parklands has officially opened its doors to the public, showcasing the Port City's rich history just in time for the Easter holidays.
Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) has clocked a milestone for the Barney Point Terminal which has exported a 50,000 tonne shipment of limestone for the first time since the facility was transformed into a multi-commodity bulk export terminal.
Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) has commissioned two Indigenous artists to craft a large mural at East Shores 1B for National Close the Gap Day, to acknowledge and raise awareness for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the community.
The Gladstone Maritime History Society are calling for volunteers of all ages and abilities to help put the final touches on the new Maritime Museum at Gladstone Ports Corporation’s (GPC) waterfront parklands.
The road to RG Tanna Coal Terminal (RGTCT) will soon be a little greener with 300 trees and new turf set to brighten up the roadside as part of Gladstone Ports Corporation’s (GPC) revitalisation works.
A new-look waterfront museum to showcase the region’s maritime and industrial past is taking shape at East Shores 1B and is set to open this Easter, thanks to Gladstone Ports Corporation’s (GPC) vision to provide world class recreational parkland facilities.
The Calliope River boat ramp has a fresh new look with the old dirt car park replaced with smooth bitumen and 31 car and trailer parks, thanks to Gladstone Ports Corporation’s (GPC) revitalisation of the local favourite.
Hundreds of new trees and shrubs along with almost 8000 square metres of fresh turf will breathe life into Gladstone Ports Corporation’s (GPC) newly developed walkway on Bryan Jordan Drive with turf works already underway.
Coral reef and seagrass beds now have a line of defence against boat anchors with funding from Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC), who have teamed up with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) to install $113,500 worth of reef protection infrastructure south of Gladstone.