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Locations

Our Terminals

Patrick Terminals operate four terminals in key locations around the Australian seaboard in the ports of Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Fremantle. These terminals offer unparalleled productivity, R&D performance and import and export capabilities for our clients.

 

Strategically located at Australia’s key ports

 

Hover over any of our locations on the map to see more information about them.

The National Operations Centre (NOC) is a 24-hour nationwide vessel planning, vessel scheduling and customer support centre.

  • Single point of contact for customers
  • Nationwide vessel scheduling and window optimisation
  • Dedicated 24/7 vessel planning and customer support service
  • Performance-enhancing market and customer analysis
  • Terminal performance management optimisation

Patrick Rail specialises in providing import and export rail access to the three major Melbourne terminals.

  • 10,000+ TEU handled annually
  • 100% connectivity with vessel sailings
  • Overnight service
  • Custom bonded facility
  • Storage solutions in Melbourne and Adelaide

Patrick Terminals – Fremantle provides a premium gateway to Western Australia with market leading berth productivity and R&D performance.

  • 4 Berths (Berths 7,8,9 and 10)
  • 766m Quay line and maximum draft of 14.5m
  • 750,000 TEU Capacity
  • 22 ha (3,500 ground slots)
  • 400 Reefer Plugs

Patrick Terminals – Melbourne is Melbourne’s premium terminal, offering unparalleled productivity and market-leading R&D performance.

  • 3 Berths (Berth No 1, 2, and 3)
  • 885m Quay line and maximum draft of 14.6m
  • 1.5M TEU Capacity
  • 40 ha (6,530 ground slots)
  • 1,000 Reefer Plugs

Sydney AutoStrad Terminal was opened in early 2016 and is the largest Container Terminal in Sydney by capacity.

  • 4 Berths (Berth No 6, 7, 8 and 9)
  • 1,400m Quay line and maximum draft of 15.2m
  • 1.6M TEU Capacity
  • 63 ha (7,100 ground slots)
  • 800 Reefer Plugs

Brisbane Autostrad Terminal was opened in 2007 and was the first automated Container Terminal in Australia.

  • 3 Berths (Berth No 8, 9, and 10)
  • 930m Quay line and maximum draft of 14m
  • 1.1 million TEU Capacity
  • 40ha (5,760 ground slots)
  • 1,124 Reefer Plugs