The Gladstone Region
A thriving and vibrant region which has a diverse economy based on its worldwide reputation as Australia's industry power house.
Gladstone State Development Area
Declared in 1993 the GSDA, located north-west of Gladstone, is a defined area of land dedicated for industrial development and materials transportation infrastructure.
Made up of over 27,000 hectares of land adjacent to the Port of Gladstone, with connections to major rail networks and Australia’s national highway, the GSDA is the ideal investment location for projects of national and international significance.
Managed by the Coordinator General, the GSDA supports economic development in a way that considers environmental, cultural and social issues, as well as existing industry and surrounding infrastructure within the region.
Port of Gladstone
The Port of Gladstone is one of Australia’s finest natural deepwater harbours and Queensland’s largest multi-commodity port, handling over 30 different products. Major cargoes include coal, bauxite, alumina, aluminium, cement and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). The port has a total throughput of more than 100 million tonnes per annum.
The Port of Gladstone has eight main wharf centres, comprising 20 wharves:
RG Tanna Coal Terminal — four wharves owned and operated by GPC
Barney Point Terminal — one wharf owned and operated by GPC
Auckland Point Terminal — four wharves owned by GPC and operated by others
Fisherman’s Landing — four wharves operated by multiple companies
South Trees — two wharves operated by QAL
Boyne Wharf — one wharf operated by BSL
Curtis Island — three wharves operated by LNG companies APLNG, Santos GLNG and Shell’s QGC business
Wiggins Island Coal Terminal — one wharf operated by WICET