Moving to Terminals

One of the key changes will be the naming of port berths. Instead of referring to Berth 1, 2 or 3, the port berths will now be referred to as Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.

This better reflects the nature of the activity across the port. With cargo, passengers, vehicles, biosecurity and terminal check-ins and a wider range of services and facilities for our port customers.

  • Terminal 1 will be developed as a multi-user port for a variety of vessels.
  • Terminal 2 will see a greatly expanded and upgraded port area for SeaRoad to cater for a 40% increase in freight.
  • Terminal 3 will be the new home for Spirit of Tasmania. It is at the southern end of the port.

TasPorts is working collaboratively with TT-Line and SeaRoad for their terminal infrastructure works. This work includes the design and delivery of purpose-built infrastructure for their new vessels while also maximising landside footprints.