We work for a business which cares for its people, their skills and the future of the industry, and supports growth and development. Ben De KlerkLearning and Development Manager


When you work in one of CBH's ports, you're working in a location of key strategic and operational value.

CBH owns port facilities in Geraldton, Kwinana, Albany and Esperance. They are 24 hour operations, receiving grain from the country sites and getting it onto ships bound across the world.

Working in a port you'll be challenged with a diverse range of duties as we receive the harvest and meet demanding shipping schedules. It can get hot and dusty, and cold and windy, but you'll never be far from a stunning ocean view.


Geraldton Harbour Aerial

  • Built 1937
  • Capacity 1,067,000 tonnes
  • Maximum Loading Capacity: 2000t/hr
  • The Geraldton terminal is located on Marine Terrace


Kwinana Aerial

  • Built 1976
  • Capacity 1,014,000 tonnes
  • Maximum Loading Capacity: 5000t/hr
  • You'll find the Kwinana terminal on Rockingham Beach Road


Albany from town

  • Built 1956
  • Capacity 474,000 tonnes
  • Maximum Loading Capacity: 2000t/hr
  • The Albany terminal is located on the northern edge of Princess Royal Harbour, part of King George Sound


Esperance ship loader

  • Built 1962
  • Capacity 890,000 tonnes
  • Maximum Loading Capacity: 2500t/hr
  • The Esperance terminal is located on Harbour Road


Typical roles: plant operators, terminal supervisors, control system technicians, zone managers, administrators, maintenance electricians and fitters

Harvest information

Each harvest we recruit anywhere up to 2000 casuals to work on our receival points.



We believe that the best way to meet our purpose is to work as One CBH and live our values of commitment, courage and collaboration.



We offer a wide variety of benefits for our employees, from salary packaging and corporate discounts to health and wellness initiatives to employee awards.

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