Stolthaven Coode Island

Stolthaven Coode Island is a state-of-the-art, deep-water-access marine terminal.

The site is located three kilometres west of Melbourne’s Central Business District and has a Major Hazard Facility operating licence, which requires the most rigorous approval and operating audit standards in Australasia. A copy of the case summary can be obtained from the site manager.

Stolthaven Coode Island coordinates regular meetings of the Stolthaven Community Group comprised of management representatives from the terminal, Maribyrnong Council staff and interested members of the local community. For more information, please contact the site manager.

Terminal address and contacts

Stolthaven Coode Island at a glance

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Number of tanks
27,521

Total tank capacity in m3

663–5,520

Tank sizes in m3

Terminal details

Address

42-52 Mackenzie Road
West Melbourne
Victoria
Australia

Latitude: 37.813343 S
Longitude: 144.907338 E

Management

General Manager
Ben Serong

Site Manager
David Barnes

Contact

Commercial enquiries
Ben Serong

T: +61 398 607851
E: [email protected]

Tank types

  • carbon (and coated) steel
  • stainless steel

Tank features

  • automatic tank gauge systems with temperature measurement
  • dedicated pipelines for tank and truck loading
  • dedicated pumps and internal lines
  • fixed-roof tanks built to API 620 and 650 standards
  • heating capabilities
  • housed in secondary containment structure
  • independent high-level alarms on all flammable liquid tanks
  • individual tank gauging systems on all flammable liquid tanks
  • all tanks have capabilities for nitrogen blanketing and a vapour-return system
  • Nitrogen blanketing available to all fixed roof tanks
  • pressure/vacuum and emergency vents
  • remote tank gauging and high-level alarms
  • speciality tank liners
  • vapour-control systems connected to onsite industrial combustor
  • stripping capabilities

Products stored

  • chemicals
  • petroleum products

Access to terminal

  • ship
  • road

Services

  • truck facilities: truck loading rack – three bays with dedicated loading systems
  • three weighbridges
  • covered truck loading with independent weighbridges for each truck position
  • customs, excise-bonded storage and administrative support
  • dedicated pipelines to all jetties, rail and truck racks
  • emergency electrical generator
  • fire protection foam system and water sprinklers system
  • high-purity nitrogen available
  • hot water heating
  • land and marine vapour-control systems
  • nitrogen blanketing