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Do you need a Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC) to work in Melbourne? ClientView can help you get your MSIC.

We're a leading Government Certified Issuing Body for Maritime Security Identification Cards (MSICs). Securing your MSIC in Melbourne will give you unencumbered access to maritime security zones in any Melbourne port.

If you’re planning to work in the Port of Melbourne or are already employed in these ports and need to get an MSIC, we can assist you in its processing and acquisition.

Port of Melbourne

The Port of Melbourne holds the record of being the biggest container and general cargo port in the whole of Australia. It is not to be confused with the older Port Melbourne, which forms part of the massive port, housing two sections of the Port of Melbourne: Webb Dock and Station Pier.

Located in Melbourne, Victoria, the Port of Melbourne comprises part of the mouth of the Yarra River, downstream of the Bolte Bridge and many more piers located along the bay. The Port of Melbourne Corporation has been managing the port since July 2003.

The Port of Melbourne was built in 1889 and has always been a busy port ever since. Since September 2016, commercial operations in the port have been leased to the Lonsdale Consortium for a period of 50 years.

Port of Melbourne docks:

The massive port houses several docks along the Yarra River and Port Melbourne, namely:

  • Appleton Dock
  • Holden Oil Dock
  • Maribyrnong Berth
  • South Wharves
  • Station Pier
  • Swanson Dock
  • Victoria Dock
  • Webb Dock
  • Yarraville Wharves


  • Dry bulk imports, such as cement, gypsum and sugar
  • Dry bulk exports, like wheat, rice, canola and barley
  • Liquid bulk cargo in tankers: petrol, crude oil and chemicals
  • Break bulk: steel, logs and large vehicles, such as trains and trams
  • Containers: 6 metres or 12 metres long (20 feet or 40 feet)
  • Consumer goods: Food, appliances, clothes, automobiles

The port is a well-known hub for international trade and has the capacity to handle 79.7 million tonnes of cargo.

DP World, Toll Shipping, Mobil, Searoad, Toll Stevedores and Patrick Terminals are some of the companies managing specific docks in the Port of Melbourne.