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Shipping Channel Enhancement - Charles Point Patches

Saturday, 21 September 2013

The Darwin Port Corporation is proposing to deepen a small section of the existing shipping channel in Darwin harbour to allow safer and more efficient shipping access to the port.  The proposal involves dredging the existing shipping channel to 14 metres depth at Charles Point Patches to remove sand ridges that cross the channel.

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Cullen Bay Fuel

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

The Department of Infrastructure is undertaking essential work at Cullen Bay on Tuesday 24 September. This will require the fuel on the pontoon to be turned off from 8am to 5pm. Subsequently, fuel supplies will not be available from Cullen Bay for this period only. Vessels are asked to use alternative fuelling options at Fisherman’s Wharf.

We thank you for your co-operation. Enquiries can be directed to Project Manager, Ben Langdon on telephone 8999 4822.

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New Walkway to Fort Hill Mooring Dolphin

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

DPC Workshop staff recently oversaw the refurbishment and installation of a new walkway to the Fort Hill Wharf Mooring Dolphin.   This has greatly improved safe access to the dolphin mooring and is a welcome asset at Fort Hill Wharf.

The new walkway structure was originally salvaged from the Iron Ore Wharf demol

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DSO Brings Music to the Sea

Friday, 06 September 2013

The Northern Territory Government is proud to support a unique waterside event to Darwin, the Darwin Symphony Orchestra’s (DSO) Symphony on the Sea: Our Community Says Thank You.

The DSO will perform Symphony on the Sea: Our Community Says Thank You live from a barge, in an event that is the first of its kind at Stokes Hill Wharf. 

Member for Port Darwin John Elferink said a crowd of thousands is expected to attend tomorrow’s event that will take advantage of Darwin’s oldest and most iconic water-side setting.

“This free, family event will show

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Darwin welcomes USS Bonhomme Richard

Wednesday, 28 August 2013

The impressively sized and equipped 40,000-tonne USS Bonhomme Richard arrived in Darwin Harbour today.  It is in Darwin to participate in joint exercises with Australian Defence forces and is currently berthed at Fort Hill Wharf. 

The amphibious assault ship can carry more than 3000 US sailors and marines, along with an array of weaponry, helicopters,

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New Ferry Trial for Tiwi Residents

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Tiwi residents will soon be able travel to and from Darwin by ferry with a new extended trial service starting next month.

Chief Minister Adam Giles has welcomed new operators, SeaLink NT, who will provide a premium level of service for Tiwi residents.

"SeaLink NT is the new local NT branch of the SeaLink Travel Group, which operates tourism and ferry services in three Australian states with more than 20 vessels and 600 staff,” Mr Giles said.

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Symphony on the Sea - Stokes Hill Wharf

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Join the Darwin Symphony Orchestra Saturday 7 September 2013 for "Symphony on the Sea: Our Community Says Thank You"
in honour of the Territory's Defence community. 

The Darwin Port Corporation is a proud sponsor of this truely unique event.

It's going to be a night of "water-themed" music and the Darwin Symphony Orchestra will play a selection of classical and popular pieces including Handel's Water Music, Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake and Pirates of the Caribbean.<

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New Top End Abbatoir

Thursday, 22 August 2013

The Northern Territory Government has welcomed news that the Australian Agricultural Company (AACo) Board has given final approval for its $91 million Darwin Abattoir Project.

To read the Minister for Primary Industry and Fisheries' Press Release, click the link below.

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Framing the Future

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

The Northern Territory Government is developing a blueprint called Framing the Future that will support the Northern Territory Government’s vision for the next three years.

Framing the Future will guide Government decision-making and will be a tool for Ministers and government agencies to ensure work is focused on what is important to Territorians.

It will also help Government maximise the new and evolving opportunities within the Territory, Northern Australia and with our Asian neighbours.

Framing the Future's four strategic goals are: A Prosper

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Darwin LNG Jetty Maintenance Program

Monday, 29 July 2013

This notice of consultation is to inform relevant organisations about the commencement of a maintenance program at the Darwin LNG loading jetty at Wickham Point in July, 2013.

ConocoPhillips Pipeline Australia Pty Ltd (conocophillips), operator of the Darwin LNG facility, will manage a program of remedial works to ensure the ongoing integrity of the jetty pylons.

The jetty remedial works program is anticipated to take approximately 24 months.

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