Describes the role and functions of Gippsland Ports in management and control of the five Gippsland Regional Ports (Anderson Inlet, Gippsland Lakes, Mallacoota, Corner Inlet and Port Albert, and Snowy River), previously administered by the Port of Melbourne Authority. Gippsland Ports provides port services to fishing vessel owners, charter boat operators, recreational boat owners and small commercial vessels.
The Victorian Government is getting on with its commitment to lease the Port of Melbourne to support removing our 50 worst level crossings.
The Port of Hastings Development Authority is working with the Government to assist it in implementing its Ports policy. The Authority’s website will provide new information as it becomes available. By way of brief background, the Port of Hastings Development Authority was established in January 2012. The Authority is responsible for managing existing trade at the Port of Hastings through the Port Management Agreement with Patrick Ports Hastings.
The Port of Melbourne is Australasia's largest maritime hub for containerised, automotive and general cargo. It is a key economic asset for businesses and people across Victoria and south-eastern Australia.
Maritime Safety Victoria assists port and waterway managers to ensure safety on Victorian waters.
The Victorian Regional Channels Authority (VRCA) manages the commercial navigation of the channels in Geelong port waters and oversees the Channel Management for the Port of Portland and Hastings. The Authority was established by the Victorian Government under the Port Management Act 1995 and the Transport Integration Act 2010.