Channels House - Level 2, 235 Ryrie St Geelong, Vic 3220
Phone: +61 3 5225 3500


Geelong is the largest regional port in Victoria and an important hub for the movement of cargo into and out of the State.

The port has a number of commercial wharves and piers owned by port operator GeelongPort (except for Point Wilson Explosives Pier, which is owned by the Commonwealth Government, and Bulk Grain Pier - Number 3 Berth, which is owned by Graincorp).

All port waters are managed by the Victorian Regional Channels Authority.

The Geelong Port Waters are covered by Chart AUS157 and AUS153, available from the Hydrographic Office:


geelong port

Piers and wharves in Geelong include:

  • Bulk Grain Pier
  • Corio Quay
  • Lascelles Wharf
  • Refinery Pier
  • Cunningham Pier
  • Graincorp Pier

View boundary of VRCA responsibility in Geelong port waters

The port handles a wide variety of cargoes including bulk liquid (crude oil, petroleum, and chemicals), unitised aluminium, break bulk (steel, timber) and dry bulk (including alumina, calcite, fertilisers, grain, and woodchips). In addition, Point Wilson handles dangerous and explosive cargoes exclusively and Cunningham Pier provides berthing for cruise ships.

For contact info on the piers and wharfs above please refer to Port and Terminal Operators.

Find more information at the following websites:

vrca geelong map