Eastland Group

Environment

Eastland Port is a central city port and we see ourselves as a key part of the Gisborne community. It is our responsibility to respect and improve the environment for the whole community.

The East Coast’s forestry industry continues to grow, providing opportunity and employment for the entire Tairawhiti region. Our port is the gateway to export markets and is a key enabler of prosperity in the region.

Many of our capital projects are centered around improving local environmental outcomes and always working to reduce the impact of the port operation.

For more information or to register a comment, please email portfeedback at eastland dot nz

Environmental Reports

Eastland Port Environment

Eastland Port Environment

Debarkers

We are one of only two companies in New Zealand that provide debarking services. We have two operations – one at Eastland Port in Gisborne, and one at Northport near Whangarei.

Contacts

EASTLAND DEBARKING

Steve O’Dwyer
Operations Manager
021 501 570

steve.o’dwyer@eastland.nz

PO Box 1048, Gisborne 4040

NORTHLAND DEBARKING

Peter Timmins
Operations Manager
021 760 037

peter.timmins@eastland.nz

PO Box 94, Ruakaka 0151

Eastland Port Environment

Eastland Debarking

Eastland Port Environment

Inner Harbour

Gisborne’s Inner Harbour is a bustling fishing and entertainment precinct. We are currently working with Gisborne District Council on an exciting redevelopment to make it even more attractive.

The Marina at a glance:

  • 69 10-20m pile and pontoon berths
  • All with at least 5m draft
  • single phase power to all berths, some with three phase
  • free public boat ramp, owned by Gisborne District Council

For more information please call 021 646 218 or email marina.eastland.nz

Eastland Port Environment

Fishing near Eastland Port

Eastland Port Environment

Gisborne's lively inner harbour marina