Point Gellibrand Heritage Park, Williamstown

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  • Point Gellibrand is the site of the first European activity in Melbourne and was surveyed as early as 1803. Govenor Bourke (Sydney) and Captain Lonsdale identified the site for settlement although it....  more »
  • The ball tower is famous, but it is very ugly. It seems time has well ad truly passed it by. It's not really going out of your way to see.  more »
  • We enjoy taking our dinner here and watching the waves and boats. The spread of sand beyond the stone wall has a beautiful variety of seashells - delicate, tiny blue spirals, to large white clams. Fishermen, evening walkers, and kids on pushbikes provide calming entertainment. Bike track, bench seats, fishing areas, car parks, grassy field, all within walking distance of Williamstown.
  • This heritage park marks an important period during Victoria's history and most of the sites are well maintained and the signage gives you a sound idea as to why it's very important, worth a visit.

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