Gascoyne Gateway single jetty deep-water port and renewables hub

Environmental Scoping Document available for public review

The draft Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) for Gascoyne Gateway Limited’s proposal is available for public review from 15 November 2021 for a period of four weeks. The closing date for submissions is 13 December 2021.

The ESD describes the proposal, identifies the preliminary key environmental factors or issues, outlines the work to be undertaken to predict the environmental impacts, and identifies the relevant policy context.

The actual impacts themselves will be addressed in the Environmental Review Document which will be available for public review later in the assessment process.

You can request a copy be emailed to you directly via

Australia’s first ‘green’ port

As Australia’s first ‘green’ port, Gascoyne Gateway is committed to environmental management that regenerates and protects the area. We want to partner with the Exmouth community on design, environment, community aspirations and local jobs, to ensure residents can genuinely influence project outcomes.
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Designed with the community in mind

We expect much of the existing traffic within the Gulf to use our facilities, making us immediately viable and delivering a net environmental benefit as this traffic becomes better regulated.
“My team and I are committed to ensuring our project reflects the aspirations of the local community, delivers a truly regenerative environmental approach, and provides long-term opportunities for local businesses, residents and Traditional Owners.”


Gascoyne Gateway Limited Managing Director

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