Located at the mouth of the Clarence River in Northern New South Wales, the Port of Clarence River (Yamba) is Australia's eastern most sea port.
Yamba serves the whole Northern Rivers and New England regions including the towns of Grafton, Maclean, Ballina, Lismore, Casino and Coffs Harbour. It is also the home port of the state's second largest fishing fleet and handles a range of imports and exports.
The Port of Yamba is a declared and security regulated international trading port administered by Port Authority of New South Wales - Sydney. The port has compulsory pilotage in accordance with the Marine Safety Act 1998, operates 24 hours and has a designated Harbour Master and Port Security Officer.
The port handled approximately 1,800 mass tonnes of cargo in F/Y 2013/14, is a provisioning point for vessels servicing Norfolk Island and part of a trade link to New Zealand and various Pacific islands.
Exports: Timber (hardwood logs), including treated poles, live animals, manufactured items, vehicles, kit houses, boats, explosives and general cargo.
Imports: Timber products, kentia palm and baggage. Other cargoes will be considered by Quarantine under a form 20D application.
Depths. Shipping channel depths are maintained at 4.0 metres at chart datum. Enquiries regarding the latest depth information should be directed to the port in the first instance.
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