Newcastle terminal progresses

NSW Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts has lauded the progress of Newcastle's cruise ship terminal redevelopment, which will allow the port to host vessels carrying up to 3,900 passengers. Roberts inspected the installation of new mooring bollards last week, marking the first stage of construction of Newcastle's $13.5m new cruise facility (CW 27 Sep) which will be completed mid-next year. "This important piece of tourism infrastructure will reap millions of dollars in economic benefit for Newcastle and the Hunter region," he said. Roberts highlighted the bollards made it possible for ...
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