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.
Information supplied by Flinders Ports is only permitted to be used for the stated purpose and cannot be made available to any third party without prior written permission from Flinders Ports.
If you have any questions about our statistics that you would like to discuss, please call us on +61 (0)8 8447 0611
Annual monthly statistics for 2021
Annual monthly statistics for 2020
Monthly statistics for 2020.
Annual monthly statistics for 2019
Monthly statistics for 2019.
Annual monthly statistics for 2018
Monthly statistics for 2018.
Annual and monthly statistics 2017
Monthly statistics for 2017.
Annual and monthly statistics 2016
View our annual statistics for 2016 in PDF and Excel format
View our monthly statistics from 2016 in Excel format
Annual and monthly statistics 2015
View our annual statistics for 2015 in PDF and Excel format
View our monthly statistics from 2015 in Excel format
Archived annual statistics 2011 - 2014
Do you need port statistics from previous years?
View our annual statistics for 2014
View our annual statistics for 2013
View our annual statistics for 2012
View our annual statistics for 2011
We use a number of standard definitions in our statistical reports.
Container stowed with dry (non-refrigerated) cargo.
Twenty foot Equivalent Unit. This is the general term used for a 20ft container. The nominal size of vessels is given in TEU and refers to the number of containers that can generally be carried.
General cargoes carried in a freight container.
General cargoes carried in a ship which are shown on separate Bills of Lading.
Cargo shipped in loose condition and of a homogeneous nature e.g. grains, coal, iron ore.
Completely Knocked Down. Sometimes referred to as KDC (Knocked Down Condition) as well. Relates to Motor Vehicles.
A container which will need to be discharged, then reloaded onto vessel before it reaches it destination, so that shippers can access other containers on the vessel.