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Port Statistics

Flinders Ports collects and maintains a wide range of statistical data relating to vessel calls and bulk, break bulk and containerised cargo throughput at our ports.

If you have any questions about our statistics that you would like to discuss, please call us on +61 08 8447 0611

Port Statistics

Flinders Ports collects and maintains a wide range of statistical data relating to vessel calls and bulk, break bulk and containerised cargo throughput at our ports.

If you have any questions about our statistics that you would like to discuss, please call us on +61 08 8447 0611

Pilot Information

Find important information for Pilots, Masters and Pilot Exempt Masters relating to:

  • Passage Plans
  • Waypoints and
  • Towage Vessels

If you require any further information or assistance,
please contact Flinders Ports on +61 8 8447 0611.

Pilot Information

Find important information for Pilots, Masters and Pilot Exempt Masters relating to:

  • Passage Plans
  • Waypoints and
  • Towage Vessels

If you require any further information or assistance,
please contact Flinders Ports on +61 8 8447 0611.

Security

The current security level at all of our ports:

  • Security Level 1

What do I do if there is an emergency, or I see unusual or suspicious activity?

If you see a security emergency at our port precincts, please call the Police on 000.

If you are concerned about any suspicious or unusual activity, please report it to Flinders Ports’ security officers on site. Alternatively, please call our 24-hour security number +61 (0)8 8447 0600.

All suspicious or unusual activity should also be reported to the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400.

Security

The current security level at all of our ports:

  • Security Level 1

What do I do if there is an emergency, or I see unusual or suspicious activity?

If you see a security emergency at our port precincts, please call the Police on 000.

If you are concerned about any suspicious or unusual activity, please report it to Flinders Ports’ security officers on site. Alternatively, please call our 24-hour security number +61 (0)8 8447 0600.

All suspicious or unusual activity should also be reported to the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400.

Adelaide VTS

Flinders Ports – Port Adelaide is authorised as a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) Authority in accordance with the provisions of Marine Order 64 (Vessel Traffic Services) 2013 (MO64).

Adelaide VTS is located in the Passenger Terminal, Oliver Rogers Road, Outer Harbor. Call sign – “Adelaide VTS’.

Adelaide VTS, is authorised to render the following services as dened in the guidelines for VTS mentioned in IMO resolution A.857 (20):

  • Information Service (INS)
  • Traffic Organisation Service (TOS)
  • Navigational Assistance Service (NAS)

Our Adelaide VTS Objectives:

  • Flinders Ports VTS to maintain a traffic image for the entirety of the defined VTS coverage area.
  • Adelaide VTS communications system to provide the capability to interact with marine traffic throughout the VTS area.
  • Capability to interact with a vessel to influence the decision making process on board the vessel.
  • Ensure both internal and external training requirements are met by the use of the Flinders Ports VTSO training policy.
  • To have zero accidents within the VTS coverage area.
  • Reduce the overall number of incidents within the VTS coverage area.
  • Maintain effective relationships with allied services and stakeholders.
  • Enhance efficiency in order to reduce waiting times for marine traffic.
  • Ensure all vessels that breach either Port Rules or the VTS regulations are notified via a formal process.
  • All staff to have access to the Company’s QMS.

To find out more about Adelaide VTS operating procedures please see document below

Port Charges

When you bring your cargo into one of our ports a number of charges will apply:

  • Cargo service charges
  • Harbour service charges
  • Pilotage charges
  • Navigation service charges
  • Miscellaneous service charges

Forms and Notices

Please fax or email your completed notice or application to +61 (0)8 8447 0603 or  portops-adl@flindersports.com.au.

Oli Spill Contingency Plan

Bunkering Notice

Chipping and Painting

Diving Notice

Fumigation notice

Hot work notice

Immobilisation of engines notice

Lifeboat drill notice

Pilot Boat Transfer Notice

Permit Application Mobile Crane or Heavy Load

Mobile Crane Permit Application Process Flow

Flinders Ports Maritime Environment Guide

Guidelines on load limitations

Oversize Vessel Applications

Please fax or email your completed notice or application to +61 (0)8 8447 0603 or  portops-adl@flindersports.com.au.

Oversize vessel application – Adelaide Inner Harbour

Oversize vessel application – Adelaide Outer Harbor

Oversize vessel application – Port Bonython

Oversize vessel application – Port Lincoln

Oversize vessel application – Port Pirie

Oversize vessel application – Thevenard

Oversize vessel application – Whyalla

Applications – other

Please fax or email your completed notice or application to +61 (0)8 8447 0603 or  portops-adl@flindersports.com.au.

Application for use of Port Facilities (manual)*

Port Access Requirements

Application to access PortMIS System

Credit Account Application

Terms and Conditions

PortMIS Terms & Conditions

Standard Terms & Conditions

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