Eyre Peninsula Cooperative Bulk Handling

Membership Invitation


Membership will help ensure that grain is included and built first as Stage 1 of the Cape Hardy Multi-Commodity, Multi-User Port development.

Active Membership Conditions

All members must have an actual involvement in the production of grain and deliver an aggregated minimum of 250 tonnes in the same delivery title in the previous two seasons (seasonal conditions permitting)

Membership is $1100 (incl GST) plus 200 ordinary $2.00 shares in Eyre Peninsula Cooperative Bulk Handling (payable at a later date).

Online Membership Application – Complete our ‘Online Membership Application’ form (button below).  You can also Download the Form – PDF to complete on your computer, print or hand-write and return to EPHCBH.

No online payment is required, you will be invoiced for Membership at submission of your application), or Download Form as a Printable PDF (complete on your computer, print and fill in all fields – return to EPCBH).

To assist your farm business with decision making, Eyre Peninsula Cooperative Bulk Handling Limited (EPCBH) provides the following resources for you to download:

Current Rules | Rules of the Cooperative


Eyre Peninsula Cooperative Bulk Handling

Eyre Peninsula Cooperative Bulk Handling (EPCBH) was formed in August 2017 to investigate opportunities that will improve competitiveness for growers and farmers on the Eyre Peninsula.

EPCBH and Iron Road - working together to establish a grains export business with appropriate facilities at Iron Road's proposed deep sea port at Cape Hardy.  Together, we aim to address the critical need for competitive grain supply chains which will bring benefit to Eyre Peninsula growers.