The Port of Mackay is a multi-cargo port, predominantly facilitating the export of sugar and grain.
Located five kilometres north of the city of Mackay, the port comprises of four wharves and an artificial harbour formed by rock breakwaters. The port is a multi-commodity port and is one of the major servicing centres for the central Queensland mining sector.
Land areas behind the port accommodate over 100 industrial and commercial businesses with substantial areas of land suitable for further development.
Break Bulk Trade
The Port of Mackay along with Northern Stevedoring Services (NSS) offers a federally certified wash-down facility and quarantine approved premises within the secure port precinct, learn more and find out about charges.
This facility is a licenced Customs 77G depot. The 77G licencing enables NSS to carry out activities relating to goods which are subject to Customs direction including the holding and unpacking of imported/exported goods as well as providing an area for examination of goods by Customs officials.