If an incident occurs involving a vessel carrying Dangerous Goods as part of its cargo, an awareness of the type of cargo is crucial.
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is responsible for the environmental protection of the NSW waterways from vessel sourced pollution.
Find out about new updates in regard to the Passenger Transport Amendment and Ports and Maritime Administration Regulations.
Commercial vessels that were registered with NSW prior to 1 July 2018 will have some of their paperwork filed in the NSW Archives.
Information for masters and vessel operators on how seagoing ships can visit minor ports in NSW.
This page provides details of wharves that have temporary restricted access. Dates may be subject to change for maintenance work.
Find out about the Certificate of Competency required to work on commercial vessels. Also see requirements for Bar crossing licences in NSW.
Your boating fees and charges directly support the delivery of services and infrastructure to benefit the boating community.
Learn about the minimum safety standards for the design, construction, equipment, maintenance and operation of Commercial vessels.
Looking for relevant documents and forms for Commuter Wharves and Charter Wharves? You can find them here.