Geraldton Port responds to COVID-19

Mid West Ports Authority have implemented industry best practices

Since mid January, Mid West Ports Authority (MWPA) have implemented industry best practice in screening processes for all vessels (cargo or cruise) arriving to Geraldton Port and have been at the forefront of the conversation since the first concern was raised.

The safety of our staff, stakeholders and the Mid West community is our highest priority and we take our obligations in reducing exposure of the COVID-19 virus extremely seriously.

MWPA is continuing to work closely with our stakeholders and Government and will continue to implement biosecurity and health measures over and above Australian Border Force Standards.

Social distancing 
In the interest of public health and safety, and to assist in reducing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19),  MWPA have implemented social distancing measures where practicable. As a result, our Marine Terrace, Chapman Road and Perth Ord Street offices will be closed until further notice. MWPA is still operational and office staff are still working and contactable by phone during office hours. 

Geraldton Port snapshot

MWPA have put several protocols and procedures in place to help protect and reduce exposure to staff, stakeholders and our wider community.

Take a look at a snapshot of some of the actions MWPA have put in place:

   Protocols for arriving vessels      What we're doing  

Latest Information

Find out up-to-date information from relevant Government and industry resources:

Department of Health:

Office of the Prime Minister:

  Australian Government - Latest from the Prime Minister

Contact us

If you have any concerns relating to COVID - 19 and the measures Geraldton Port have put in place, please email