Committed to the environment
The location of the proposed project was selected to reduce the impact on the environment, including minimising the dredging required, as well as ensuring the values and the integrity of the Ningaloo Marine Park are protected.
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
We are working closely with the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), who will be preparing a review on the potential impacts of the project, meaning that Gascoyne Gateway will be held to the highest environmental standards available.
Gascoyne Gateway will work to enhance the local and global environments during both construction and operations. This will be achieved by:
“The idea of a port that included regeneration initiatives from inception is a challenging concept, and that ambition is a big part of why I joined the project.”
Dr Ray Steedman
Former executive chairman of the Environmental Protection Authority