About the Project

Gascoyne Gateway single jetty deep-water port

Gascoyne Gateway proposes to privately fund, build and operate a new single jetty deep-water port and renewables hub, located 10km south of Exmouth township.

The port is proposed to provide the Exmouth Gulf’s existing marine traffic with a better place to berth, including tourist vessels, and enabling the Royal Australian Navy to bring its vessels to Exmouth.

The project is set to create new jobs in a diverse range of regional industries, beyond Exmouth township and create jobs in industries as diverse as agriculture, renewable energy, water and logistics.

Gascoyne Gateway Limited is a wholly Australian-owned company, led by people with decades of responsible port management experience.

Once constructed, the port will be immediately viable and deliver a net environmental benefit by introducing better regulation to existing marine traffic in the Gulf.

Construction is expected to commence in mid-2023, with the port due to begin operating in early 2025.

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Meet the Team

Gascoyne Gateway’s Board consists of all Australian Directors based in Western Australia with extensive experience in the delivery of infrastructure projects and a passion for regenerative environmental management.

Michael Edwards OAM

Co-Founder and Managing Director

Daniel Jackson

Chief Operating Officer

Sandy Tsalavoutas

Company Secretary

Tony Brun

Independent Non-Executive Director

Denise Goldsworthy AO

Independent Non-Executive Chair

Fern Dyball

Chief Financial Officer

Alistair MacKinley

Independent Non-Executive Director

Adam McPhail

Co-Founder and Non-Executive Directors

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