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Australian Border Force restrictions for vessels and crew

Australian Border Force restrictions for vessels and crew

Australian Border Force has issued a notification about restrictions on commercial maritime vessels and crew.

Operations at Station Pier this week commencing 30 March 2020

Operations at Station Pier this week commencing 30 March 2020

There are currently two cruise vessels laid up in the port of Melbourne. The two vessels are the GOLDEN PRINCESS and the VIKING ORION. Both vessels have disembarked their passengers.

Update on Australian Government advice and direction

Update on Australian Government advice and direction

VPCM is complying with the normal Australian and Victorian Government legislation and regulation. This advice and direction were recently updated. These are the current directions in place

Operations at Station Pier this weekend 28 and 29 March 2020

Operations at Station Pier this weekend 28 and 29 March 2020

This weekend, 28/29 March 2020 two cruise vessels will be calling in the port of Melbourne. The PACIFIC PRINCESS and SEABOURN SOJOURN are enroute to North America. Their last port of call was Fremantle.

Update on Operations at Station Pier

Update on Operations at Station Pier

The operations of vessels in the port of Melbourne are monitored by the Australian Border Force (ABF) and the Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment (DAWE). DAWE are responsible for biosecurity...

Vessels at Station Pier

Vessels at Station Pier

There are currently two cruise vessels in the port of Melbourne. The two vessels are the GOLDEN PRINCESS and the VIKING ORION. Both vessels have disembarked their passengers.

Station Pier operations in relation to COVID-19

Station Pier operations in relation to COVID-19

VPCM is working closely with government authorities in relation to COVID-19.

Cruise season starts on 13 October

Cruise season starts on 13 October

The Celebrity Solstice arrives on Sunday 13 October starting the 2019-20 cruise season at Station Pier.

HMAS Choules at Station Pier

HMAS Choules at Station Pier

HMAS Choules will arrive at Station Pier on Thursday morning, 10 October 2019, to start a four-day visit to Melbourne.

HMAS Melbourne’s final visit

HMAS Melbourne’s final visit

HMAS Melbourne will berth at Station Pier on Friday 13 September 2019 for a five day visit – her last before decommissioning.

Victorian Planning Authority visits the port

Victorian Planning Authority visits the port

VPCM hosted a tour of the port of Melbourne for Directors and CEO of the Victorian Planning Authority.

Ongoing support for health of the bay

Ongoing support for health of the bay

VPCM renews its support for The Nature Conservancy’s project to re-establish shellfish reefs in Port Phillip Bay.

$15,534 raised for Vinnies CEO Sleepout

$15,534 raised for Vinnies CEO Sleepout

VPCM's CEO Rachel Johnson raised $15,534 for the Vinnies CEO Sleepout to help those going through homelessness. Read Rachel's experience and see photos from the night.

Update: VPCM supports Vinnies CEO Sleepout

Update: VPCM supports Vinnies CEO Sleepout

See the new fundraising goal for Rachel Johnson, VPCM’s CEO, who is joining the Vinnies CEO Sleepout on 20 June 2019 to raise funds for those experiencing homelessness.

Queen Elizabeth calls Melbourne home

Queen Elizabeth calls Melbourne home

Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth will homeport in Melbourne for the next three seasons.

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