Gascoyne Gateway single jetty deep-water port
CAPTAIN MICHAEL EDWARDS, OAM
Gascoyne Gateway Limited Managing Director
Partnering with the community
Exmouth residents will be able to partner with Gascoyne Gateway directly through community reference groups to ensure that local views are heard and genuinely influence the project in design, construction and operations.
Exmouth residents can register for one of two reference groups:
Design and Environment
Jobs & Community
Australia’s first ‘green’ port
Committed to an environmental management approach that regenerates and protects the area, leaving it better than it was before, Gascoyne Gateway will deliver the first ‘green’ port in Australia.
Gascoyne Gateway will work to enhance the local and global environments during both construction and operations. This will be achieved by:
In my view, this makes Gascoyne Gateway an Australia-first holistic approach to regenerative development. I look forward to seeing how these development ideas are worked through in detail by the local community.”
Professor Peter Newman, AO
Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute
Possible Jetty Users
Existing Gulf traffic
Large Yachts & Adventure Cruises
Royal Australian & Allied Navies
Australian Border Force
Break Bulk Vessels
Jobs, skills and all-year-round industry
Gascoyne Gateway will create 400 jobs during construction, 70 ongoing full-time jobs directly at the jetty and more than 130 ongoing additional jobs will be created in Exmouth.
The jetty will put downward pressure on the cost of living, through cheaper fuel supplies and providing more affordable ways of getting goods and produce into Exmouth.
There will also be the opportunity to support other sectors, creating jobs in industries as diverse as agriculture, renewable energy, water and logistics.