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Ports North’s reputation as a project cargo hub for Far North Queensland continues to grow as the Port of Cairns delivers on major contracts for windfarm development, mining construction and sugar mill upgrade projects.

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Cairns Marlin Marina

Australia's premier marina, Cairns Marlin Marina provides first-class facilities and customer service for a diverse fleet including some of the world's most advanced and biggest super yachts.

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Cruise Shipping

The Port of Cairns is one of the country’s busiest cruise destinations with major international cruise ships scheduled annually and its vast array of domestic reef vessels operating on a daily basis.

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Port of Cairns

The Port of Cairns is a multi-purpose regional port that caters to a diverse range of customers from project, bulk and general cargo, cruise shipping, fishing fleet and reef passenger ferries.

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Port of Mourilyan

The Port of Mourilyan exports raw sugar and molasses from the Innisfail, Babinda, Tully and Atherton Tableland sugar growing districts.

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Port of Karumba

The Port of Karumba is located at the mouth of the Norman River in the south-east corner of the Gulf of Carpentaria.

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Port of Thursday Island

The Port of Thursday Island is a community port located in a natural harbour in the Torres Strait at the most northern part of Australia.

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Port of Cape Flattery

The Port of Cape Flattery is situated more than 200 kilometres north of Cairns on the east coast of Cape York Peninsula.

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Port of Skardon River

Skardon River was declared a port in February 2002.

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Port of Quintell Beach

Quintell Beach is a community port with a barge facility located on the east coast of northern Cape York.

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Port of Burketown

The Port of Burketown is a declared port, however, no commercial trade takes place.

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Port of Cooktown

The Port of Cooktown is a declared port, which attracts some cruise ships, and tourism vessels, however, no commercial trade takes place.

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Ports and Sustainability

Ports North is committed to understanding and minimising any potential environmental impacts of our operations and encourage good environmental practice by our port users, tenants and other stakeholders. This is to ensure we operate a sustainable business that considers environmental, economic and social impacts.

Our Environmental Management System (EMS) focuses on both regulatory requirements and improving performance through the implementation of best practice environmental management measures and effective community and stakeholder consultation.

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