South Port Bluff

Located in Bluff Harbour, at the southern tip of New Zealand’s South Island, South Port is New Zealand’s southernmost commercial deep water port. South Port’s operations are centred on the 40 hectare (100 acre) man-made Island Harbour at Bluff, plus a dedicated wharf and causeway servicing Rio Tinto’s New Zealand Aluminium Smelters at Tiwai Point and a town wharf structure servicing the coastal petroleum industry and bunkering vessels.

From here South Port provides a full suite of marine services including pilotage, towage and berthage; cargo facilities servicing bulk, break bulk, container and project cargo; and warehousing including both cold and dry storage.The port operates 24 hours a day, 364 days a year.  From its base on the 40ha man-made Island Harbour, South Port provides a full range of marine services, cargo and container shipping, and on-site warehousing for domestic and international customers. 
For more information on South Port Bluff please go directly to their website www.southport.co.nz 

For information on freight charges and general logistic information please see our contact page.