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Monday, 19 October 2015
On 14 October 2015, the Hon Adam Giles MLA, Chief Minister announced Landbridge Group as the partner for the private investment into the Port of Darwin for $506 Million.  Landbridge Infrastructure Australia’s Director, Mr Mike Hughes, said “Through our significant investment in the Port of Darwin, Landbridge intends to grow two way trade between Australia and Asia, leveraging Landbridge’s existing port and logistics businesses and firmly putting Darwin on the map for Chinese business.  “We plan on making considerable financial investment in the Port of Darwin. » Read more

NT Government selects Landbridge as its partner for the Port of Darwin

Wednesday, 14 October 2015
Chief Minister Adam Giles announced on Tuesday 13 October 2015 that the Port of Darwin will have a new operator under an agreement signed today with the Landbridge Group worth $506m. » Read more

2015 Trade Report - Positioning for our Future

Tuesday, 15 September 2015
Chief Minister Adam Giles launched the Darwin Port Corporation launched its 2015 Trade Report – Positioning for our Future at East Arm Wharf on Monday 14 September. The Port’s trade continues to outperform in key import and export sectors, despite diminishing iron ore exports, with increases in fuel imports, cruise ship visits and our world record cattle exports. To » Read more

Virtual Tour

Wednesday, 02 September 2015
Following the success of the Public Tours of East Arm Wharf, which were offered to the general public in June 2015, the Darwin Port Corporation has commissioned a Virtual Port Tour.  The Virtual Port Tour allows all interested community members to ‘take the tour’ from their place of comfort and provides informative points of interest and references to what will consist of the port package, which is being offered by Government as a 99 year lease. » Read more

Asian Tiger Mosquito Detection and Proposed Treatment

Thursday, 13 August 2015
Stakeholders should be awared that Biosecurity Unit of the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture detected live Ae. » Read more

Keep an eye out for Browsing Ants!

Wednesday, 12 August 2015
An exotic and invasive ant has been detected at East Arm Wharf.  The “Browsing Ant”  (Lepisiota sp.) is black in colour, about three millimetres in length and will eat and displace native ant species. This species also forms super colonies and poses a serious threat to Australia’s environment, horticultural industries and backyards. » Read more

Darwin Port Corporation hosts Business at Sunset

Monday, 29 June 2015
On Wednesday 24 June, the Darwin Port Corporation hosted a joint Business at Sunset with the Chamber of Commerce NT and the International Business Council at its Berrimah Headquarters.  Attended by around 130 business and industry representatives, the Business at Sunset was aimed at communicating to industry and the business community about the rationale for the government’s plans to attrac » Read more

Darwin Harbour Clean Up 2015

Monday, 29 June 2015
Darwin Port Corporation was proud sponsors of the Darwin Harbour Clean Up, held Friday 26 June 2015.  Special thanks to David McMaster, DPC's Environmental Manager, who assisted beyond the call, even attending to the organiser's flat tyre on the day. Below is a message from Lyn Lambeth of the NT Seafood Council: Hi All Thanks to everyone who participated in and supported the 6th Darwin Harbour Cle » Read more

DPC Annual Report gets a Silver Medal

Monday, 22 June 2015
On Thursday, 18 June, the Darwin Port Corporation was awarded a Silver Medal for its 2013-14 Annual Report, in the public sector category.  In a gala affair held in Melbourne, attended by around 500 private, public and government organizations, special awards, bronze, silver and gold were awarded, along with Annual Report of the year. » Read more

Future Private Investment in the Port of Darwin - How To Find Out More!

Wednesday, 03 June 2015
Stakeholders will be aware through ongoing engagement by Darwin Port Corporation Officials, Port User Group Meetings, local and national media that the Northern Territory Government is working to attract private investment into the Port of Darwin through a long term lease arrangement. Because it is so vital to the development of Northern Territory, Government is working to attract private sector investment into the Port of Darwin » Read more