Overview

As the state’s leading privately-owned port operator, we operate seven ports in South Australia.

Our Ports

Port Adelaide

Located 14 kilometres north-west of Adelaide, Port Adelaide is the seaport suburb of South Australia’s state capital.

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Port Pirie

Port Pirie is located 223 kilometres north of Adelaide at the top of Upper Spencer Gulf and has a population of 16,000 people.

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Port Lincoln

Situated on the south-east coast of the Eyre Peninsula, 682 kilometres by road from Adelaide, Port Lincoln is a natural deep water harbour.

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Port Giles

Port Giles is located on the eastern side of Yorke Peninsula, 217 kilometres by road from Adelaide.

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Klein Point

Klein Point is a single-purpose port on the south eastern coast of Yorke Peninsula, which was established to handle shipments of limestone.

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Thevenard

The Port of Thevenard is 793 kilometres west of Adelaide and 3 kilometres from the centre of Ceduna, a town with a population of over 4,000 people.

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Wallaroo

Wallaroo is located on the eastern side of Spencer Gulf, 158 kilometres north-west of Adelaide and has a population of around 2,500 people.

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South Australia’s Gateway

With seven ports, Flinders Ports is South Australia's leading privately owned port operator.

Our ongoing program of investment in new plant and infrastructure is driving the safety and productivity gains we are delivering to our valued clients.

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P + 61 (0)8 8447 0611
F + 61 (0)8 8447 0606
E flindersports@
flindersports.com.au


296 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide South Australia, 5015

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