Westport's Shortlist

On 15 August 2019, Westport released its shortlist of options - all featuring a new port in Kwinana. The options are listed below and described in this presentation.

The Westport Beacon explains the results of Westport’s technical studies. Click on the link to read about the process Westport used to identify these options and why Fremantle can’t handle the long-term freight task alone.

The shortlist options are:

Option A: Kwinana, stand-alone conventional land-backed port

Option B: Kwinana conventional land-backed port shared with Fremantle port


Option C: Kwinana and Fremantle share, with a “Blue-Highway”

Option D: Kwinana, stand-alone light footprint port

Option E: Kwinana, stand-alone conventional island port


On 15 August 2019, Westport released its shortlist of options - all featuring a new port in Kwinana. The options are listed below and described in this presentation.

The Westport Beacon explains the results of Westport’s technical studies. Click on the link to read about the process Westport used to identify these options and why Fremantle can’t handle the long-term freight task alone.

The shortlist options are:

Option A: Kwinana, stand-alone conventional land-backed port

Option B: Kwinana conventional land-backed port shared with Fremantle port


Option C: Kwinana and Fremantle share, with a “Blue-Highway”

Option D: Kwinana, stand-alone light footprint port

Option E: Kwinana, stand-alone conventional island port