Cairns port development gets green light
A $23.3m development plan for the port of Cairns foreshore, which will expand the port’s cruise and general cargo shipping capabilities, has been given the green light by the Queensland government.
Ports North, the authority in charge of the port of Cairns, said the project will improve cruise ship infrastructure and involves channel dredging, upgrades to wharves and expanded land-based services.
According to the authority, the planned upgrades will see mega-class cruise...
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