Port Waratah expect existing coal terminal capacity to be sufficient for foreseeable growth. While Port Waratah will not build a fourth terminal, coal constitutes the bulk of Newcastle port volumes and will remain a big part of Newcastle’s future.
Environmental Assessment Documentation
Access Environmental Assessment studies or information regarding the T4 proposal.
Development Application Forms
- Major Project Application - Terminal 4
- Project Declaration Notification
- Signed Project Declaration
- Commonwealth EPBC Act Referral
- EPBC Act Referral Decision Notice
- Preliminary Environmental Assessment
- Director General's Requirements
- Supplementary Direction General's Requirements
Response to Submissions & Preferred Project
- Response to Submissions & Preferred Project Report (available through NSW Planning & Environment)
- Secretary's Preliminary Assessment Report
Planning Assessment Commission Review
Planning Assessment Commission Approval
EPBC Approval (Commonwealth)
Download our Site Management Plan.
Site Management Plan
See how Kooragang has evolved over the years or take a tour of the proposed site.
Background and History of the Terminal 4 Site
See how Kooragang Island has changed and been developed over the last 50 years
Overview of the Hunter Valley Coal Chain and Port of Newcastle
Terminal 4 will form an important part of the Hunter Valley Coal Chain and the Port of Newcastle
Fly Through the Terminal 4 Site
Take a tour of the site including the rail receival, stockyards and wharves