The Port of Melbourne has withdrawn its application to rebalance prescribed service tariffs applicable from 1 July 2021
Port of Melbourne rebalancing application review 2021
Rebalancing application lodged23 December 2020
Consultation closed1 February 2021
Rebalancing application withdrawn11 February 2021
Review ended12 February 2021
The Port of Melbourne withdrew its rebalancing application to vary its prescribed service tariffs for wharfage from 1 July 2021 on 11 February 2021.
As a result, we will no longer be releasing an interim decision.
The port has indicated it may submit a new application and has made a commitment to providing further opportunities to port users and other stakeholders on this.
Read our media statement on the port's withdrawal of its application.
View the Port of Melbourne's letter withdrawing its application
We consulted on the port’s application over four weeks from December 2020 until 1 February 2021. You can view the submissions and the port’s application under the 'resources' tab.
Port of Melbourne's 2021-22 Tariff Rebalancing Application
We are not publishing the two confidential annexes, Appendix F - Stakeholder submissions and Appendix G - Container shipping data.
The Port of Melbourne's application to rebalance wharfage tariffs to take effect from 1 July 2021, including Appendix A - Compliance checklist.
Public version of the cover letter added 13 January 2021.
Appendix B of the 2021-22 Tariff Rebalancing Application
Appendix C of the 2021-22 Tariff Rebalancing Application
Appendix D of the 2021-22 Tariff Rebalancing Application
Appendix E of the 2021-22 Tariff Rebalancing Application
Appendix H of the 2021-22 Tariff Rebalancing Application