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The Corporate Protection Australia Group (CPA Group) is a dynamic and specialist protection organisation. We provide premium corporate (human and asset) protection to the mining, maritime and critical infrastructure industries.

Our core company value is loyalty - it defines who we are and what we stand for.

The CPA Group has a fundamental philosophy of consultation and communication with clients, associates and industry to maximise the outcome for our client.

Please access our Capability Statement here > (PDF file 1.4MB)

The Corporate Protection Australia Group (CPA Group) is a dynamic and specialist protection organisation. We provide premium corporate (human and asset) protection to the mining, maritime and critical infrastructure industries.

Our core company value is loyalty - it defines who we are and what we stand for.

The CPA Group has a fundamental philosophy of consultation and communication with clients, associates and industry to maximise the outcome for our client.

Please access our Capability Statement here > (PDF file 1.4MB)

The Corporate Protection Australia Group (CPA Group) is a dynamic and specialist protection organisation. We provide...
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Cruise Broome is an industry body funded by the local council and the Kimberley Development Commission, charged with the forward planning and development of the cruise ship industry in Broome.

Governed by representatives from the Broome Tourism Leadership Group, Broome Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Kimberley Ports Authority and private business enterprise, Cruise Broome works closely with on ground tour operators and local businesses to facilitate growth and opportunities within and for the Cruise Ship market.

Cruise Broome is an industry body funded by the local council and the Kimberley Development Commission, charged with the forward planning and development of the cruise ship industry in Broome.

Governed by representatives from the Broome Tourism Leadership Group, Broome Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Kimberley Ports Authority and private business enterprise, Cruise Broome works closely with on ground tour operators and local businesses to facilitate growth and opportunities within and for the Cruise Ship market.

Cruise Broome is an industry body funded by the local council and the Kimberley Development Commission, charged with...
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Eden is located on the NSW South Coast, ideally situated mid-way between Sydney and Melbourne and with its stunning harbour, Twofold Bay, is the third deepest natural harbour in the world.

With its rich maritime history and amazing whale watching and heritage stories, Eden delivers nature at its best.  

Eden is set in coastal wilderness of magnificent rugged landscapes with golden beaches and crystal waters. 

A whale watching wonderland throughout Spring, Eden is home to some of Australia’s most significant whale heritage sites and the amazing ‘Killers of Eden’ story, which can be experienced on the ‘Killer Whale Trail’ all year round.

Cruise Eden is a part of Sapphire Coast Tourism and as such, has a good relationship with a large number of local tourism operators.  Cruise Eden can assist with the organisation or local tailored tours, put you in contact with local operators and provide local trained tour guides.

Each cruise ship visiting the Port of Eden is welcomed by a local ‘Meet & Greet’ team who will provide portside information for passengers and assist with information.  Passengers will also be treated to Cruise Markets at the port offering local produce and wares for sale.

Eden is located on the NSW South Coast, ideally situated mid-way between Sydney and Melbourne and with its stunning harbour, Twofold Bay, is the third deepest natural harbour in the world.

With its rich maritime history and amazing whale watching and heritage stories, Eden delivers nature at its best.  

Eden is set in coastal wilderness of magnificent rugged landscapes with golden beaches and crystal waters. 

A whale watching wonderland throughout Spring, Eden is home to some of Australia’s most significant whale heritage sites and the amazing ‘Killers of Eden’ story, which can be experienced on the ‘Killer Whale Trail’ all year round.

Cruise Eden is a part of Sapphire Coast Tourism and as such, has a good relationship with a large number of local tourism operators.  Cruise Eden can assist with the organisation or local tailored tours, put you in contact with local operators and provide local trained tour guides.

Each cruise ship visiting the Port of Eden is welcomed by a local ‘Meet & Greet’ team who will provide portside information for passengers and assist with information.  Passengers will also be treated to Cruise Markets at the port offering local produce and wares for sale.

Eden is located on the NSW South Coast, ideally situated mid-way between Sydney and Melbourne and with its stunning...
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Cruise Hunter, based in Newcastle on Australia’s East Coast, was established by regional partners to service the needs of the leisure shipping industry.

The purpose of the project is to facilitate and promote the Hunter Regions capacity to attract and cater for the cruise shipping industry. Cruise Hunter provides the local link between all stakeholders to ensure a leisure vessels port of call is a highly successful one.

Newcastle is a vibrant cosmopolitan city with famous surfing beaches and a strong maritime history, Newcastle provides a springboard to the rest of the amazing Hunter Valley and its world famous vineyards, pristine waterways and sand-dunes, gracious historic buildings and World Heritage listed rainforests.

All are within easy one hour access of the port and offer visitors to the region a wide-ranging choice of activities - from the wine connoisseur to the thrill seeker.

Cruise Hunter, based in Newcastle on Australia’s East Coast, was established by regional partners to service the needs of the leisure shipping industry.

The purpose of the project is to facilitate and promote the Hunter Regions capacity to attract and cater for the cruise shipping industry. Cruise Hunter provides the local link between all stakeholders to ensure a leisure vessels port of call is a highly successful one.

Newcastle is a vibrant cosmopolitan city with famous surfing beaches and a strong maritime history, Newcastle provides a springboard to the rest of the amazing Hunter Valley and its world famous vineyards, pristine waterways and sand-dunes, gracious historic buildings and World Heritage listed rainforests.

All are within easy one hour access of the port and offer visitors to the region a wide-ranging choice of activities - from the wine connoisseur to the thrill seeker.

Cruise Hunter, based in Newcastle on Australia’s East Coast, was established by regional partners to service the needs...
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Curringa Farm is a genuine 750 acre, award winning, sheep and cropping farm, only one hour from Hobart. Offering secluded accommodation cottages and pre-booked farm tours to see sheep shearing, working farm dogs, forest walks and river views. Our new function centre café is now complete. Operating since 1984, Curringa is Tasmania’s favourite farm stay. 

Curringa Farm is a genuine 750 acre, award winning, sheep and cropping farm, only one hour from Hobart. Offering secluded accommodation cottages and pre-booked farm tours to see sheep shearing, working farm dogs, forest walks and river views. Our new function centre café is now complete. Operating since 1984, Curringa is Tasmania’s favourite farm stay. 

Curringa Farm is a genuine 750 acre, award winning, sheep and cropping farm, only one hour from Hobart. Offering...
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Darwin is the tropical capital city of Australia's Northern Territory. It has a relaxed outdoor lifestyle and ejoys warm weather all year round.

Perched on a peninsula with sea on three sides, Darwin is an excellent base to explore the natural attractions of World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park and Uluru/Ayers Rock.

Darwin is the tropical capital city of Australia's Northern Territory. It has a relaxed outdoor lifestyle and ejoys warm weather all year round.

Perched on a peninsula with sea on three sides, Darwin is an excellent base to explore the natural attractions of World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park and Uluru/Ayers Rock.

Darwin is the tropical capital city of Australia's Northern Territory. It has a relaxed outdoor lifestyle and ejoys...
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As one of the great harbour cities of the world, Sydney is Australia’s premier cruise ship destination, hosting two iconic beacons for visitors, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.

With the city offering the best in art, culture, food, shopping, and vibrant events, there are countless shore excursion options to suit all tastes and budgets.

Sydney also offers travellers an abundance of pre and post-cruise options, including visits to scenic regional locations such as the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley and Port Stephens.

Sydney is also the gateway to cruising NSW and feeds sister ports, Eden and Newcastle. All three have different features and attractions which complement each other and appeal to differing segments of the cruise market.

Destination NSW works closely with a range of partners across New South Wales to support the development of cruise itineraries and new experiences.

We also partner with the Ports of Sydney, Newcastle and Eden to promote the State as a premier cruise destination.

 

As one of the great harbour cities of the world, Sydney is Australia’s premier cruise ship destination, hosting two iconic beacons for visitors, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.

With the city offering the best in art, culture, food, shopping, and vibrant events, there are countless shore excursion options to suit all tastes and budgets.

Sydney also offers travellers an abundance of pre and post-cruise options, including visits to scenic regional locations such as the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley and Port Stephens.

Sydney is also the gateway to cruising NSW and feeds sister ports, Eden and Newcastle. All three have different features and attractions which complement each other and appeal to differing segments of the cruise market.

Destination NSW works closely with a range of partners across New South Wales to support the development of cruise itineraries and new experiences.

We also partner with the Ports of Sydney, Newcastle and Eden to promote the State as a premier cruise destination.

 

As one of the great harbour cities of the world, Sydney is Australia’s premier cruise ship destination, hosting two...
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Destination Southern Tasmania is
the regional tourism organisation
for Tasmania’s southern region. Incorporating 11 Council Partners, Industry Membership and a partnership with Tourism Tasmania, DST is focussed on increasing visitation, increasing yield and increasing regional dispersal. 

Destination Southern Tasmania is
the regional tourism organisation
for Tasmania’s southern region. Incorporating 11 Council Partners, Industry Membership and a partnership with Tourism Tasmania, DST is focussed on increasing visitation, increasing yield and increasing regional dispersal. 

Destination Southern Tasmania is
the regional tourism organisation
for Tasmania’s southern region. Incorporating 11...
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Affectionately referred to as ‘The Gong’, Wollongong is a beautiful seaside city perfectly nestled between the Illawarra escarpment and the Tasman Sea, and only an hour’s drive south of Sydney. With a history of coal-mining and steelmaking, the city has evolved into a bustling dining, entertainment and adventure destination.

Glistening beaches, a spectacular green backdrop, a new city centre, several eating and entertainment zones-this dynamic changing city is just the perfect size to explore!

You’ll see skydivers descend on the beach, surf schools and hang gliders in the air. Enjoy 17 amazing beaches, beautiful botanic gardens, a spectacular historic harbour and beachfront ‘Blue Mile, art gallery, small bars and now a brand new shopping centre and city mall.

The stunning Illawarra escarpment provides the backdrop as it adjoins the coast with the dramatic cliff faces. Mt Keira is directly west of the city and provides sweeping views and a variety of walking trails through the escarpment. The northern villages of Bulli, Austinmer and Coledale are beachside playgrounds with great beaches, popular cafes and boutique shopping.

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Affectionately referred to as ‘The Gong’, Wollongong is a beautiful seaside city perfectly nestled between the Illawarra escarpment and the Tasman Sea, and only an hour’s drive south of Sydney. With a history of coal-mining and steelmaking, the city has evolved into a bustling dining, entertainment and adventure destination.

Glistening beaches, a spectacular green backdrop, a new city centre, several eating and entertainment zones-this dynamic changing city is just the perfect size to explore!

You’ll see skydivers descend on the beach, surf schools and hang gliders in the air. Enjoy 17 amazing beaches, beautiful botanic gardens, a spectacular historic harbour and beachfront ‘Blue Mile, art gallery, small bars and now a brand new shopping centre and city mall.

The stunning Illawarra escarpment provides the backdrop as it adjoins the coast with the dramatic cliff faces. Mt Keira is directly west of the city and provides sweeping views and a variety of walking trails through the escarpment. The northern villages of Bulli, Austinmer and Coledale are beachside playgrounds with great beaches, popular cafes and boutique shopping.

visitwollongong.com.au

Affectionately referred to as ‘The Gong’, Wollongong is a beautiful seaside city perfectly nestled between the...
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Flinders Ports operates seven ports across South Australia... Port Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Klein Point, Port Giles, Thevenard and Wallaroo.

Flinders Ports aims to provide port related services and infrastructure to satisfy the needs of the market and to achieve or exceed shareholders' ongoing financial expectations and we continue to expand our port facilities, including the development of Port Adelaide as a major bulk cargo handling facility for Southern Australia.

In addition to the acquisition of the port infrastructure, Flinders Ports also acquired a 99-year land lease and port operating license for the Port of Adelaide and the six regional ports of Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Port Giles, Klein Point, Thevenard and Wallaroo.

Following the acquisition, the new owners have a major commitment to the on-going development of the existing trades utilising the ports in addition to attracting new business.

Flinders Ports is Quality Assured, and is an Environmentally and OH&S accredited organisation.

In the future, Flinders Ports will be recognised as the most customer focused and customer responsive port manager in the markets in which we operate as we continue to expand our port facilities, including the development of Port Adelaide as a major bulk cargo handling facility for Southern Australia.

Flinders Ports operates seven ports across South Australia... Port Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Klein Point, Port Giles, Thevenard and Wallaroo.

Flinders Ports aims to provide port related services and infrastructure to satisfy the needs of the market and to achieve or exceed shareholders' ongoing financial expectations and we continue to expand our port facilities, including the development of Port Adelaide as a major bulk cargo handling facility for Southern Australia.

In addition to the acquisition of the port infrastructure, Flinders Ports also acquired a 99-year land lease and port operating license for the Port of Adelaide and the six regional ports of Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Port Giles, Klein Point, Thevenard and Wallaroo.

Following the acquisition, the new owners have a major commitment to the on-going development of the existing trades utilising the ports in addition to attracting new business.

Flinders Ports is Quality Assured, and is an Environmentally and OH&S accredited organisation.

In the future, Flinders Ports will be recognised as the most customer focused and customer responsive port manager in the markets in which we operate as we continue to expand our port facilities, including the development of Port Adelaide as a major bulk cargo handling facility for Southern Australia.

Flinders Ports operates seven ports across South Australia... Port Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Klein Point,...
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Western Australia's major cruise port is in a culturally vibrant city, proud of its maritime history. Colonial and Victorian buildings line the streets housing museums, art galleries, local businesses and restaurants.

Minutes away on the banks of the Swan River is the 'city of lights', Perth, the capital of Australia's largest state.

Western Australia's major cruise port is in a culturally vibrant city, proud of its maritime history. Colonial and Victorian buildings line the streets housing museums, art galleries, local businesses and restaurants.

Minutes away on the banks of the Swan River is the 'city of lights', Perth, the capital of Australia's largest state.

Western Australia's major cruise port is in a culturally vibrant city, proud of its maritime history. Colonial and...
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Get back to nature in this outdoor wonderland in the heart of the Southern Great Barrier Reef - from the reef to the beach, from the hinterland and countryside to some of the greatest fishing spots, there's a lot to discover in the Gladstone Region. Secluded coral cays are literally at your doorstep.  Soak up the secluded beauty as you snorkel the crystal clear waters.  The reef might be the number one attraction, but right behind that is the postcard perfect seaside communities of Agnes Water and Town of 1770.  The villages are untouched, pure and exciting and are home to a bright pink amphibious craft to access and explore the National Parks, restored lighthouse and pristine waterways.  You'll be welcomed at the Port of Gladstone by cheerful volunteers before you wander through the Feast on East markets along the foreshore.  The Great Southern Barrier Reef is Queensland's best kept holiday secret.

Get back to nature in this outdoor wonderland in the heart of the Southern Great Barrier Reef - from the reef to the beach, from the hinterland and countryside to some of the greatest fishing spots, there's a lot to discover in the Gladstone Region. Secluded coral cays are literally at your doorstep.  Soak up the secluded beauty as you snorkel the crystal clear waters.  The reef might be the number one attraction, but right behind that is the postcard perfect seaside communities of Agnes Water and Town of 1770.  The villages are untouched, pure and exciting and are home to a bright pink amphibious craft to access and explore the National Parks, restored lighthouse and pristine waterways.  You'll be welcomed at the Port of Gladstone by cheerful volunteers before you wander through the Feast on East markets along the foreshore.  The Great Southern Barrier Reef is Queensland's best kept holiday secret.

Get back to nature in this outdoor wonderland in the heart of the Southern Great Barrier Reef - from the reef to the...
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Formed in 1914, we have been a vital part of the Gladstone community for a century, and the epicentre for economic growth for Queensland.

We are a Company Government Owned Corporation (GOC), responsible for the import of raw material and the export of finished product associated with major industries in the Central Queensland region.

We manage and operate three Port precincts - the Port of Gladstone, Port Alma Shipping Terminal and Port of Bundaberg.

We play an integral role in planning the future of the Port of Gladstone, Port Alma Shipping Terminal and Port of Bundaberg. In consultation with the community, industry and government, we undertake a strategic approach to planning, setting the vision and direction for all three ports for the short and long term.

Formed in 1914, we have been a vital part of the Gladstone community for a century, and the epicentre for economic growth for Queensland.

We are a Company Government Owned Corporation (GOC), responsible for the import of raw material and the export of finished product associated with major industries in the Central Queensland region.

We manage and operate three Port precincts - the Port of Gladstone, Port Alma Shipping Terminal and Port of Bundaberg.

We play an integral role in planning the future of the Port of Gladstone, Port Alma Shipping Terminal and Port of Bundaberg. In consultation with the community, industry and government, we undertake a strategic approach to planning, setting the vision and direction for all three ports for the short and long term.

Formed in 1914, we have been a vital part of the Gladstone community for a century, and the epicentre for economic...
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The thriving city of Portland is steeped in history, and as Victoria's birthplace, it also boasts the State's oldest European settlement. With a population of approximately 10,000, the city is based around the picturesque Portland Bay, which features one of the deepest international ports in southern Australia.

Portland is the gateway to the world famous Great Ocean Road. Cruise ships can berth on the 1.2km long Lee Breakwater within the sheltered port for memorable half and full-day shore excursions.

Portland is the only international port that can claim such close proximity to Australia’s iconic Twelve Apostles, as well as the acclaimed Coonawarra wine region to the west, and the stunning Grampians National Park to the north.

These draw-card attractions are all within a 2 hour drive of Portland, making them a realistic day trip destination.

 

The thriving city of Portland is steeped in history, and as Victoria's birthplace, it also boasts the State's oldest European settlement. With a population of approximately 10,000, the city is based around the picturesque Portland Bay, which features one of the deepest international ports in southern Australia.

Portland is the gateway to the world famous Great Ocean Road. Cruise ships can berth on the 1.2km long Lee Breakwater within the sheltered port for memorable half and full-day shore excursions.

Portland is the only international port that can claim such close proximity to Australia’s iconic Twelve Apostles, as well as the acclaimed Coonawarra wine region to the west, and the stunning Grampians National Park to the north.

These draw-card attractions are all within a 2 hour drive of Portland, making them a realistic day trip destination.

 

The thriving city of Portland is steeped in history, and as Victoria's birthplace, it also boasts the State's oldest...
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Hobart Airport is the gateway to Tasmania's capital city and the island's busiest access point with over 60% of visitors travelling through Hobart Airport.  With annual passenger growth of over 5% over the past 3 years it is one of Australia's fastest growing airports, Hobart Airport will welcome 2.3 million visitors in 2017.  With a picturesque approach and only 15 minutes to the city centre it provides the perfect arrival to Tasmania for visitors and a convenient location for logistics operations.  Hobart Airport is also the base for the Australian Government Antarctic Program air operations, with regular summer flights between Hobart and Wilkins Runway in Antarctica.  Hobart Airport is also undertaking a runway extension, which will increase the current 2225m runway to 2725m runway length.  This project will be completed by March 2018 and will enable direct flights from Hobart to South East Asia and China.

 

 

 

Hobart Airport is the gateway to Tasmania's capital city and the island's busiest access point with over 60% of visitors travelling through Hobart Airport.  With annual passenger growth of over 5% over the past 3 years it is one of Australia's fastest growing airports, Hobart Airport will welcome 2.3 million visitors in 2017.  With a picturesque approach and only 15 minutes to the city centre it provides the perfect arrival to Tasmania for visitors and a convenient location for logistics operations.  Hobart Airport is also the base for the Australian Government Antarctic Program air operations, with regular summer flights between Hobart and Wilkins Runway in Antarctica.  Hobart Airport is also undertaking a runway extension, which will increase the current 2225m runway to 2725m runway length.  This project will be completed by March 2018 and will enable direct flights from Hobart to South East Asia and China.

 

 

 

Hobart Airport is the gateway to Tasmania's capital city and the island's busiest access point with over 60% of...
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IDNZ is New Zealand’s leading destination management company and has enjoyed this status for more than 35 years. Our expertise and destination knowledge includes all aspects of travel planning and passenger logistics for:

  • Incentives, Meetings & Events
  • Cruise
  • Groups
  • FIT

We have the understanding of what it takes to meet and exceed our clients' expectations and delight in developing the very best experiences to showcase our beautiful country.

We pride ourselves on competitively priced, varied and innovative programmes which result in great success for both IDNZ and our clients.

IDNZ is New Zealand’s leading destination management company and has enjoyed this status for more than 35 years. Our expertise and destination knowledge includes all aspects of travel planning and passenger logistics for:

  • Incentives, Meetings & Events
  • Cruise
  • Groups
  • FIT

We have the understanding of what it takes to meet and exceed our clients' expectations and delight in developing the very best experiences to showcase our beautiful country.

We pride ourselves on competitively priced, varied and innovative programmes which result in great success for both IDNZ and our clients.

IDNZ is New Zealand’s leading destination management company and has enjoyed this status for more than 35 years. Our...
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Inchcape Shipping Services Pty Ltd in Australasia has maintained and developed a strong profile in Australia, New Zealand, PNG, Timor-Leste and the South Pacific as the largest port agency network in the region, with strong focus on quality management, strong and sustainable financial backing, and service delivery commitment.

Resulting from our high level of activity with all vessel types, ISS has developed a long-standing relationship with all Ports and officials around the region. This allows us to source information and services necessary for the planning and managing of the port calls. We maintain and develop excellent local contacts with all Authorities & Tourism Commissions and have extensive knowledge and influence with all ports.

ISS is highly regarded by the shipping community both in Australia and overseas. Supported by a strong industry involvement in Australian Maritime affairs and as an active participant and member of Shipping Australia, FTA, MACN, Australian Cruise Association and CLIA.  ISS is often called upon to contribute to major reviews in government policy and investigation.

Inchcape Shipping Services today, handles over 10000 port calls per annum in the Australasian region employing approximately 400 people in over 35 port offices.  The ISS Australasia team is spread across three key functional areas.  Port Agency, Liner Agency and Marine Survey work

Globally, Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) provides global strategic maritime, cargo and supply chain solutions to shipowners and operators who span all geographies, market segments, vessels and asset types.

In Australia, we operate 24 manned port offices covering over 50 active ports around the Australian coast, the Australian team is defined into three Regions of Operations to focus on service delivery and supported by approx. 200 staff.  Additionally the Australian team provides full liner agency services to a number of container carriers and operates a marine survey division. Our NZ operation comprises approximately 90 staff, servicing the entire NZ coast through 7 port offices. PNG has a team of approximately 90 staff offering port agency, cargo services and liner agency capabilities through our network of 6 offices in the region

Timor-Leste, South Pacific Islands and Micronesia operations are coordinated through our experienced operations team in Australia, who actively support and coordinate business partner activities in the region. Communication through Australia enabling improved reliable communication to principals and ensuring that challenges of operating in these remote regions can be proactively identified, managed and overcome by our team.

ISS has extensive global experience in working with cruise vessels, working with a number of principals around the world. ISS Australia conducts more than 80% of market share on cruise vessel port agencies national wide.

Within Australasia, we have a dedicated Australian Cruise Operations team led by a National Coordinator supported by experienced port operation teams providing local expertise for all Australian Port calls. Our staff are dedicated, friendly and focused on cruise activities. Our team is committed to customer service delivery, providing strong support to our Principals focusing on cost control, customers’ satisfaction and smooth port call operations.

 

Inchcape Shipping Services Pty Ltd in Australasia has maintained and developed a strong profile in Australia, New Zealand, PNG, Timor-Leste and the South Pacific as the largest port agency network in the region, with strong focus on quality management, strong and sustainable financial backing, and service delivery commitment.

Resulting from our high level of activity with all vessel types, ISS has developed a long-standing relationship with all Ports and officials around the region. This allows us to source information and services necessary for the planning and managing of the port calls. We maintain and develop excellent local contacts with all Authorities & Tourism Commissions and have extensive knowledge and influence with all ports.

ISS is highly regarded by the shipping community both in Australia and overseas. Supported by a strong industry involvement in Australian Maritime affairs and as an active participant and member of Shipping Australia, FTA, MACN, Australian Cruise Association and CLIA.  ISS is often called upon to contribute to major reviews in government policy and investigation.

Inchcape Shipping Services today, handles over 10000 port calls per annum in the Australasian region employing approximately 400 people in over 35 port offices.  The ISS Australasia team is spread across three key functional areas.  Port Agency, Liner Agency and Marine Survey work

Globally, Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) provides global strategic maritime, cargo and supply chain solutions to shipowners and operators who span all geographies, market segments, vessels and asset types.

In Australia, we operate 24 manned port offices covering over 50 active ports around the Australian coast, the Australian team is defined into three Regions of Operations to focus on service delivery and supported by approx. 200 staff.  Additionally the Australian team provides full liner agency services to a number of container carriers and operates a marine survey division. Our NZ operation comprises approximately 90 staff, servicing the entire NZ coast through 7 port offices. PNG has a team of approximately 90 staff offering port agency, cargo services and liner agency capabilities through our network of 6 offices in the region

Timor-Leste, South Pacific Islands and Micronesia operations are coordinated through our experienced operations team in Australia, who actively support and coordinate business partner activities in the region. Communication through Australia enabling improved reliable communication to principals and ensuring that challenges of operating in these remote regions can be proactively identified, managed and overcome by our team.

ISS has extensive global experience in working with cruise vessels, working with a number of principals around the world. ISS Australia conducts more than 80% of market share on cruise vessel port agencies national wide.

Within Australasia, we have a dedicated Australian Cruise Operations team led by a National Coordinator supported by experienced port operation teams providing local expertise for all Australian Port calls. Our staff are dedicated, friendly and focused on cruise activities. Our team is committed to customer service delivery, providing strong support to our Principals focusing on cost control, customers’ satisfaction and smooth port call operations.

 

Inchcape Shipping Services Pty Ltd in Australasia has maintained and developed a strong profile in Australia, New...
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Intercruises Shoreside & Port Services is an experienced global business offering first class ground handling and port agency services to the ocean and river cruise industry. Teams committed to service and dedicated to clients provide local insight and practical knowledge that is enhanced by global expertise and presence. The services Intercruises provides: Turnarounds / Shore Excursions / Port Agency / Hotels

For more information: www.intercruises.com

Intercruises Australia

Created in late 2010 following the acquisition of Select Tours in 2009, Intercruises Australia delivers Port Agency, Turnaround, Shore Excursion and Hotel reservation services in over 25 Australian destinations, shown below. Alternatively, click here to view the destinations in which Intercruises operates: http://www.intercruises.com/regions-destinations-intercruises/australia/4

  • Adelaide
  • Airlie Beach
  • Albany
  • Brisbane
  • Broome
  • Bunbury
  • Burnie
  • Cairns
  • Cooktown
  • Darwin
  • Devonport
  • Eden
  • Esperance
  • Exmouth
  • Fremantle
  • Geelong
  • Geraldton
  • Hamilton Island
  • Hobart
  • Kangaroo Island
  • Melbourne
  • Newcastle
  • Port Douglas
  • Port Hedland
  • Port Lincoln
  • Sydney
  • Thursday Island
  • Townsville
  • Yorkeys Knob

 

Intercruises Worldwide

Our business is split into regions, each managed by a Regional Director and their experienced teams, with the local knowledge and contacts to deliver an efficient service. These regions encompass over 50 countries in which Intercruises operates, with offices in over 300 ports, serving over 70 ocean and river cruise lines. The Regional Directors manage the delivery of all services in their region, offering a one stop shop to cruise ships in the area. We deliver operations on all continents.

Martin Bidgood is Regional Director Intercruises Australia and was previously Regional Director Intercruises UK & Ireland. Martin has seventeen years experience in the cruise handling industry, with extensive knowledge of the Australian region. Please contact Martin for any enquiries relating to Intercruises Australia.

Intercruises Shoreside & Port Services is an experienced global business offering first class ground handling and port agency services to the ocean and river cruise industry. Teams committed to service and dedicated to clients provide local insight and practical knowledge that is enhanced by global expertise and presence. The services Intercruises provides: Turnarounds / Shore Excursions / Port Agency / Hotels

For more information: www.intercruises.com

Intercruises Australia

Created in late 2010 following the acquisition of Select Tours in 2009, Intercruises Australia delivers Port Agency, Turnaround, Shore Excursion and Hotel reservation services in over 25 Australian destinations, shown below. Alternatively, click here to view the destinations in which Intercruises operates: http://www.intercruises.com/regions-destinations-intercruises/australia/4

  • Adelaide
  • Airlie Beach
  • Albany
  • Brisbane
  • Broome
  • Bunbury
  • Burnie
  • Cairns
  • Cooktown
  • Darwin
  • Devonport
  • Eden
  • Esperance
  • Exmouth
  • Fremantle
  • Geelong
  • Geraldton
  • Hamilton Island
  • Hobart
  • Kangaroo Island
  • Melbourne
  • Newcastle
  • Port Douglas
  • Port Hedland
  • Port Lincoln
  • Sydney
  • Thursday Island
  • Townsville
  • Yorkeys Knob

 

Intercruises Worldwide

Our business is split into regions, each managed by a Regional Director and their experienced teams, with the local knowledge and contacts to deliver an efficient service. These regions encompass over 50 countries in which Intercruises operates, with offices in over 300 ports, serving over 70 ocean and river cruise lines. The Regional Directors manage the delivery of all services in their region, offering a one stop shop to cruise ships in the area. We deliver operations on all continents.

Martin Bidgood is Regional Director Intercruises Australia and was previously Regional Director Intercruises UK & Ireland. Martin has seventeen years experience in the cruise handling industry, with extensive knowledge of the Australian region. Please contact Martin for any enquiries relating to Intercruises Australia.

Intercruises Shoreside & Port Services is an experienced global business offering first class ground handling and...
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Experience Australia by train with Great Southern Rail's Great Australian Train Journeys. Enjoy some of the world's greatest train journeys on The Ghan, Indian Pacific, The Overland and
The Southern Spirit.
 

Join us on a rail holiday in Australia and see the country from a unique perspective. Our world-class rail journeys allow you to discover Australia by train from coast to outback. Welcome aboard.

Experience Australia by train with Great Southern Rail's Great Australian Train Journeys. Enjoy some of the world's greatest train journeys on The Ghan, Indian Pacific, The Overland and
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Kimberley Coastal Pilots has been formed to provide much needed professional and quality assured, coastal pilotage and marine advice to cruise vessels visiting the Kimberley coast in Western Australia. 

The Kimberley is a unique global tourist destination. Its remarkable natural and cultural beauty provides a point of difference experience unmatched anywhere in the world. Over the last decade, an increasing number of cruise vessels have visited the Kimberley to experience its remote and spectacular sights. 

The areas unique geography however, creates navigational challenges for ships and other vessels transiting these waters. King tides in excess of 10 metres, some of the largest in the world, results in strong currents and eddies in its waterways. These are particularly evident when navigating close to the myriad of spectacular islands, reefs and shoals in the area, many of which are uncharted. Local knowledge is therefore essential when navigating these waters to mitigate risk and to help protect this unique and sensitive environment. The Australian Hydrographic Office strongly recommends local knowledge be utilised for all vessels transiting these areas. 

Kimberley Coastal Pilots has been formed to provide the cruise industry with the assurance that this critical marine safety service is being performed to the highest industry standards. The joint venture partners have extensive experience navigating and piloting in the Kimberley. No other organisation or group could match Kimberley Coastal Pilot’s combined experience in the region. 

Kimberley Coastal Pilots has been formed to provide much needed professional and quality assured, coastal pilotage and marine advice to cruise vessels visiting the Kimberley coast in Western Australia. 

The Kimberley is a unique global tourist destination. Its remarkable natural and cultural beauty provides a point of difference experience unmatched anywhere in the world. Over the last decade, an increasing number of cruise vessels have visited the Kimberley to experience its remote and spectacular sights. 

The areas unique geography however, creates navigational challenges for ships and other vessels transiting these waters. King tides in excess of 10 metres, some of the largest in the world, results in strong currents and eddies in its waterways. These are particularly evident when navigating close to the myriad of spectacular islands, reefs and shoals in the area, many of which are uncharted. Local knowledge is therefore essential when navigating these waters to mitigate risk and to help protect this unique and sensitive environment. The Australian Hydrographic Office strongly recommends local knowledge be utilised for all vessels transiting these areas. 

Kimberley Coastal Pilots has been formed to provide the cruise industry with the assurance that this critical marine safety service is being performed to the highest industry standards. The joint venture partners have extensive experience navigating and piloting in the Kimberley. No other organisation or group could match Kimberley Coastal Pilot’s combined experience in the region. 

Kimberley Coastal Pilots has been formed to provide much needed professional and quality assured, coastal pilotage and...

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