Services & Facilities

Berths and Facilities

The facility currently operates one berth under the following usage guidelines:

Berth No 1 (Multi-purpose usage)

  • Multi-purpose usage – dry-bulk, project, unit and general cargo
  • Land-backed steel sheet piled 200m wharf with crane pad and topped wharf apron
  • Extensive lay-down, receival and handling areas directly adjoining landward side of the wharf
  • Large indoor storage facilities with overhead Gantry cranes


The facility is a secure facility in line with the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Act 2003 (MTOFSA). The perimeter is completely secured with fencing.

Navigation & Marine services

The operations of the facility fall within the authority of Gippsland Ports for all ports within Corner Inlet. The functions of the local authority, as well as details of navigational controls, and all aspects of marine safety and environmental protection are found as information published by Gippsland Ports and on its website

The Gippsland Ports Guide to Corner Inlet provides information on entry into Corner Inlet. Harbour Towage services can be sourced via the Port Anthony berthing application process.

Mooring and Wharf Services

The facility Managers can provide wharf-side services including line-handling.

Berth Matrix

NOTE: You may need to scroll the table below left/right for more information


Number 1

Berth Length


Design Depth (LAT)


Max Draft

To Gippsland Port Criteria

Max Length of Vessel

To Gippsland Port Criteria