Wallaroo Port Project

By leveraging our unique experience from in building South Australia’s first new port in over 50 years, ICAM has expanded its infrastructure footprint with the development of our Wallaroo Port. This initiative builds on the proven T-Ports transshipment concept and our established commodity customer relationships. 

Gross Asset Value
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(As at 30 June 2023)


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The ICAM ACIF Lucky Bay 2 Trust is developing an innovative transhipment export facility in Wallaroo, South Australia. The development is the natural extension to the Lucky Bay Port on the Eyre Peninsula.

The investment in transhipping and logistics infrastructure includes the Wallaroo Port Facility that is strategically located in the Yorke Peninsula grain catchment zone, port storage silos with capacity for 20,500 tonnes of grain, and upcountry bunker storage with capacity for 240,000 tonnes of grain.

Investment Highlights

Innovates upon the traditional port model by bringing the ‘port to the product’
Utilises a state-of-the art, shallow draft transhipment vessel (TSV)

Proven business model with year on year growth in customers and volumes at the operational Lucky Bay port, bringing brand momentum to the Wallaroo project

Long-term yields with the potential for capital growth
Potential expansion opportunities through alternative commodities