Shipping Australia Magazine

Young Shipping Australia is a non-profit organization uniquely crafted for young professionals passionate about the shipping industry. Since its inception in 2007, guided by the dedicated YSA NSW Committee, YSA has become a beacon for innovation, growth, and connection for those under 35, committed to shaping the future of shipping.

Shipping Australia – Annual Review 2023

Published January, 2024

Shipping Australia mid-year 2023

Published August, 2023

Annual Review of 2022

Published February, 2023

SAL Winter 2022

Published September, 2022

Shipping Australia Annual Review – 2021

Published January, 2022
Shipping Australia Magazine Winter 2021

Winter 2021

Published August, 2021
Shipping Australia Annual Review

Annual Review 2020

Published December, 2020

Spring/Summer 2020

Published October, 2020
Shipping Australia Magazine Autumn Winter 2020

Autumn/Winter 2020

Published June, 2020

Annual Review 2019

Published January, 2020
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Upcoming Events

Mar 22
Biennial Port Kembla Luncheon
Don’t miss the Shipping Australia Biennial Port Kembla Luncheon, to be held at City Beach, Wollongong.  We will be enjoying a sumptuous meal, catching up with colleagues and hearing from keynote speaker Paul Scully. Proudly sponsored by AAT Keynote Speaker Paul Scully is the NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces. He previously served as...
May 8
Shipping Australia QLD Shipping Industry Golf Day
Join friends and colleagues for an enjoyable day, followed by a sumptuous dinner at the 2024 SAL QLD Shipping Industry Golf Day. The Golf Day will once again be held at the Wynnum Golf Club (located in beautiful Bayside and meanders over 31 hectares of picturesque parkland) on 8th May 2024. Ticket price includes: Light...

Latest News

Nautical Institute visits Shipping Australia
Shipping Australia was pleased to play to host to a visit from Captain John Lloyd, CEO of the Nautical Institute. The Institute is UK-based global non-governmental organisation for maritime professionals; it has over 7,000 members in more than 110 countries. The Institute has consultative status at the IMO. Its aims are to improve standards of...
Shipping Australia and AMSA discuss new ship-garbage recycling trial
Shipping Australia is pleased to be in discussions with the national maritime safety regulator, The Australian Maritime Safety Authority, about a trial a project at select ports to boost opportunities to have ship’s garbage recycled onshore. You can find out more about “The Maritime Recycling Project” here. Ships inevitably – and just like many other...

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Shipping Australia – Annual Review 2023
January, 2024

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