Port Bonython Fuel Terminal

Our state-of-the-art fuel terminal located at Port Bonython, approximately 25 kilometres north of Whyalla and 80 kilometres south of Port Augusta is the largest diesel fuel storage facility in South Australia. The terminal was commissioned in May 2016 and employed over 130 people at peak construction time. The workforce was sourced almost entirely from South Australia and where possible from the local communities around Whyalla, Port Augusta, and Port Pirie.

Terminal Features include:

  • 81ML diesel storage (3 x 27ML tanks)
  • 2 bay gantry, each bay with 3 arms (2,400 Lpm per arm)
  • Vehicle Access – up to Triple road trains
  • Open 24 hours, 7 days per week
  • Access to deep water port via existing uncongested jetty
  • Modern driver and administration facilities
  • The rural terminal location ensures less ‘external’ factors, such as traffic congestion, influence transport routes

Terminal pick-up

IOR Terminals offers customers the ability to collect bulk diesel directly from Port Bonython terminal with greatly extended available access.

The natural geographic advantage for ex terminal supply can be enjoyed by users on the Eyre Peninsula, in Northern and other regional areas of South Australia. There are statutory and environmental health and safety requirements, which must be satisfied before access is granted relating to the driver and the vehicle. Please contact us if you would like information on the necessary accreditations.