Port Phillip Bay


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Port Phillip Bay,

large deepwater inlet of Bass Strait, 30 mi (48 km) long and 25 mi (40 km) wide, Victoria, SE Australia. Port Melbourne and Williamstown are on Hobson's Bay, its northern arm.
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Port Phillip Bay

, Port Phillip
a bay in SE Australia, which forms the harbour of Melbourne
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they could be native or introduced) floral and faunal species in Port Phillip Bay alone (Hewitt et al.
(39) And along the coast of southern Australia at Port Phillip Bay, there is evidence that this happened 2,800-1,000 years
The city of Hobsons Bay covers 66 sq kms at the northern end of Port Phillip Bay and is between 7 and 20 kilometres to the south west of central Melbourne.
The river originates approximately 90km east of Melbourne and flows towards it and out into Port Phillip Bay. The name Yarra Valley is usually used in reference to the upper regions surrounding the Yarra River.
At Queenscliff on Port Phillip Bay, I chanced upon a couple of elderly fishermen who were keen on conversation an inquisitive Queenslander than trying to entice reluctant fish.
SPLASH Balloon hits water at Port Phillip Bay yesterday SAFE Stricken craft is pulled to safety near Victoria, Australia
A hot air balloon that was blown out to sea by unexpected weather conditions has made a successful landing in water, in Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay.
The Victorian Government in Australia has announced that its channel deepening project in Port Phillip Bay has been completed a quarter of a billion dollars under budget.
The crew flew the aircraft safely over Port Phillip Bay and dumped fuel before smoke in the cabin forced an early return for an overweight landing.
rubra Leach, in northern Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia, and compares growth and survival of outplants on various artificial substrata.