Pages with this tag: Port Phillip

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Victoria’s early explorers left a permanent mark on the landscape.
Nicholas Pateshall's record of his experiences in Port Phillip provides a rare insight into convict life.
The remnants of a barrel from first settlement at Sullivan Bay.
The first settlement at Sullivan Bay wasn't a success, with convicts and settlers alike struggling to stay alive.
Escaping from a convict settlement was William Buckley's first step towards becoming the ‘Wild White Man'.
Female convicts and free settlers were a small but important part of Port Phillip's development.
Almost since their arrival, settlers had felt strongly that Port Phillip deserved to be a separate colony.