Located right in the heart of Gisborne city, Eastland Port is New Zealand’s most easterly commercial shipping port. We’re proud to be the country’s most efficient logging port.
Twin Berth project
We’re currently preparing for the most extensive infrastructure upgrades the port has seen in over a century. The Twin Berth project will allow two 185-200 metre ships to berth at once.
Now more than ever we need to upgrade our infrastructure and prepare the port to ensure we can keep ahead of the demand of projected volumes of wood products, the growing horticulture sector, cruise ships, and enable containerisation
A shared future
Eastland Port is Tairāwhiti’s port. We’re locally owned and every year we return millions of dollars to our sole shareholder and community trust, Trust Tairāwhiti.
Learn more about Trust Tairāwhiti
With a shared vision, we can look forward to a shared future: one where we all see Tairāwhiti thrive.
The Rangitata made history yesterday being the first container ship we’ve seen at Eastland Port in decades.
Many hands make light work
Over the last few weeks, Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou (TRONP) have been making use of our boat shed while they have put together hundreds of kai and care packages…
Coastal shipping given the green light
Today the Government has announced a new emergency container shipping route between Eastland Port and Napier Port which will act as a lifeline for regional economies and further help aid…
Container shipping opportunity for Gisborne
Eastland Port are working with officials to get container shipping going while the region’s roading network is cut off and in a vulnerable state.