Connecting product to
port for the
wharf and landholding of 1,100 hectares
at Cape Hardy
Up to 1.5Mtpa
will be freight advantaged exports
direct and indirect jobs during construction
fewer freight movements in and out of Port Lincoln each year
From product to port, Portalis is helping the Eyre Peninsula’s grain-growers better access Australian and international markets. Over time, our ambition is to expand that support to the region’s commodity producers.
With the development of our Cape Hardy project, we’re supporting a more diverse Eyre Peninsula economy, creating local jobs and paving a pathway to global markets for the benefit of the Peninsula and South Australia.
Portalis is a joint venture between EPCBH, Iron Road Developments and Macquarie Capital. (Pictured: Andrew Newman (Macquarie Capital), Larry Ingle (Iron Road Ltd), Tim Scholz (EPCBH).
Who we are
Former Premier appointed to head Cape Hardy port project, joint venture named Portalis
Former South Australian Premier and widely respected farming advocate Rob Kerin has been appointed Project Chair of the proposed $250 million Cape Hardy port project (Stage 1) on Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.