Freight Services Throughout NSW
Bustling Ports in Southern NSW
Port Kembla serves the south western parts of New South Wales and this is where the coal mined in these parts is taken for export. Its trade also includes grain exports. Port Kembla includes motor vehicle and container imports as well as general cargo. The southern most port in New South Wales, the Port of Eden, is located close to the Victorian border. Being a popular tourist region, the Port of Eden is growing quickly as a cruise destination.
Metropolitan and Regional Rail Network
New South Wales has an extensive rail network with about 6,400 kilometres of operational rail. There are several networks, including the Country Regional Network, the NSW Interstate, Hunter Valley and Metropolitan Freight Networks and the Metropolitan Passenger Network. New South Wale’s railways first became operational in 1831 in Newcastle and was used to service a coal mine.
Sydney International Airport
Sydney Airport is located on the east coast of New South Wales, just north of Botany Bay and is the busiest airport in Australia. In 2016 alone, the airport was used by 43 million passengers, which is an average of around 114,000 passengers per day. It has one international, two domestic and seven cargo terminals. Sydney airport handles more than 517,000 tonnes of air freight every year. Exports include fresh, chilled or frozen perishables and imports typically include manufactured items such as car parts and computers.
Locations We Service in New South Wales
Glen Innes Severn
Greater Hume Shire
Snowy Monaro Regional
Upper Hunter Shire
Upper Lachlan Shire
Western Plains Regional
The Hills Shire