Eden (AUEDN)

Port Code AUEDN / AUQDN City Eden
Port Name Eden Country/Region Australia NSW
Category Port City Route AUSTRALIA
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Eden (AUEDN)



      Port along the Tasman Sea, Australia.The maximum draught is 10.66 meters and the loading density of water is 1025.The tidal range is 1.3m.Westerly winds prevail.Forced pilotage.VHF channels 8, 12 and 16 are used for communication.The port holiday is the same as Sydney.Work 24 hours a day.When the wind blows in the south, the ship takes shelter in the East Boyd Bay. When the wind blows in the northwest and northeast, the ship with a draft of less than 9.14 meters takes shelter in the south.Port service facilities are: ship repair, fuel, boats, medical, traction, fresh water, supplies, dry dock, sewage facilities.The port has four berths for general cargo and bulk cargo: the wharf on the east side of the Keefe River, 183 meters long and 4.9-7.3 meters deep;The T-shaped jetty at chigaru point is 275 meters long and 12.5 meters deep. It is a port for loading sawdust with a speed of 450 tons per hour;Eden breakwater wharf is 104 meters long and 7.5 meters deep;Privat wharf is 145 meters long and 6.4 meters deep.400 meters outside the Eden breakwater, there is an oil tanker buoy berth with a water depth of 11 meters.Originally, the terminal was used to unload oil and transport source products, but now it also exports pyrophyllite and agricultural products.

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Summary of AUEDN

Eden port (port code: AUEDN / AUQDN) is a medium-sized port in Australia. It is located on the north shore of Twofold Bay in New South Wales, approximately 50 kilometers north of the border with Victoria.
The port exports approximately 1.4 million tons of cargo annually. The main exports include woodchips, logs and offshore drilling equipment. Each year about 72 vessels visit this port, among which around 65% are sailing vessels, and 16% are pleasure craft.
The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 216 meters. The maximum draught is 8.5 meters. The maximum deadweight is 70,500t.