Following Toll Holdings' investment in New Zealand's Tranz Rail in 2003, the Interislander was transferred to Toll Shipping. The company operated a daily ferry service across Cook Strait, linking the North and South Islands. On 1 July 2008, the New Zealand Government purchased back the Interislander in connection with Toll NZ's rail operations (since renamed KiwiRail.
Toll Shipping has dedicated roll-on roll-off cargo terminals at Melbourne's Webb Dock and at McGaw Wharf in Burnie. An on-wharf rail siding in Burnie (Toll subsidiary Pacific National bought TasRail in 2003) and a direct interface with road transport in both Melbourne and Burnie provides inter-modal transport between mainland Australia and Tasmania.
- MV Tasmanian Achiever (1999)
- MV Victorian Reliance (1999)
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- "Ship’n Shore" (PDF). Toll News. December 2003. Retrieved 2008-07-05.
- "DNV Exchange - Toll Shipping Pty Ltd - Vessels Operated". exchange.dnv.com. Retrieved 2008-07-05.
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