Thevenard is a tidal port with the geographic coordinates:
- Latitude 32 degrees 09 minutes south
- Longitude 133 degrees 39 minutes east
Thevenard has mean high spring tides of 1.67 metres and mean high neap tides of 1.08 metres. Communications on VHF radio telephonic channels, 6, 8, 12, 16, 67 are with the call sign “Adelaide VTS”.
Flinders Ports’ Thevenard Port Rules apply to all shipping in port waters. Please ensure you and your ship’s Captain and crew are familiar with these rules before arriving or setting off from Thevenard.
Thevenard – Port Rules
Berth Load Limits and Wharf Lifting and Loading Permit
The berth jetty at Thevenard is 198 metres in length.
Shipping at Thevenard has the following restrictions:
- Berthing is restricted to daylight only for ships not equipped with bow thrusters
- Sailing is permitted day or night
- Yatala Channel depth in approaches – 8.2 metres
|Berth ID||POA Declared Depth*||Wharf - Hard Stand||Wharf - Height||Berth Box - Length||Berth Box - Breadth||Max Vessel Dimensions - LOA||Max Vessel Dimensions - Beam||Commodities|
|THE N||9.8||NA||5.2||198||30||180||28||Grains & seeds / Gypsum / Salt / Mineral sands|
|THE S||9.8||NA||5.2||198||30||180||28||Grains & seeds / Gypsum / Salt / Mineral sands|
*Allowable depths are a minimum of 0.3 metres less than the declared depth. Please check notices to mariners for temporary limitations.