As part of Sydney Ports’ commitment to minimise the production of printed materials, publications are now available in an electronic format and/or printed on environmentally responsible material.
Electronic copies of the latest versions of Sydney Ports’ corporate publications are listed below. Other publications that are related to major projects, environment and port security can be found within those specific sections of the Sydney Ports’ website.
For hard copies of Sydney Ports Annual Report, Sydney Ports Handbook or Steer Clear, please contact Corporate Affairs via email@example.com or call +61 2 9296 4999.
This Annual Report covers Sydney Ports Corporation’s operations and statement of accounts for the year ended 30 June 2013.
This Annual Report covers Sydney Ports Corporation’s operations and statement of accounts for the year ended 30 June 2012.
The Trade and Logistics Report 2011/12 details trade through Sydney's ports and provide information on supply chain logistics developments and improvements in port capacity.
This report discloses Sydney Ports' sustainability goals, measures and policy.
An outline of Sydney Ports Corporation's vision, values and strategic direction for 2012/13.
Performance for the half-year ended 31 December 2012 relative to the 2012/13 Statement of Corporate Intent.
This safety notice helps all recreational boat operators to understand their responsibilities when around BIG ships, ensuring safety afloat for all concerned.
myPorts is Sydney Ports’ monthly electronic newsletter sent to industry stakeholders via email. To subscribe to myPorts, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This guide provides information on the management of dangerous goods within Sydney’s ports
This guide provides information on the management of dangerous goods within Sydney’s ports.
The Sydney Ports Handbook provides detailed information on Sydney’s ports and contact details for a range of port service providers. If you would like to be included in the next edition please email email@example.com
This guide can assist applicants in developing a Traffic Management Plan to manage road transport operations, construction works or other activities of a temporary nature.
This schedule is a summary of charges for Sydney Ports Corporation effective 1 July 2013.