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As a result of the loss of the Cambridge, ordered to search for a possible minelayer in Bass Strait, 1941. Wreckage found spread along the beaches around Loch Ard Gorge, west coast Victoria. The Port Phillip district of New South Wales was declared a separate colony and named Victoria, on 1 July 1851. Wrecked at Tarwin, Gippsland coast, 8 December 1934. [LG],[ASR - 28 tons, wrecked Cape Liptrap, 30 November 1934],[LV] Ada. Disappeared from Australian Shipping Register after 1915. Melbourne grew into a vibrant metropolis, and trade between Melbourne and Sydney prospered. Sailed from Sydney 11 December 1809, for New Zealand sealing grounds, landing a aprty of sealers on the west coast. Captain Marr of the barque Britomart reported sighting wreckage drifting in Bass Strait that may have been from the missing vessel. Involved in collision with steamer Leura, Port Phillip Bay, 4 September 1908. Purchased by Port Phillip Sea Pilots in 1924 and renamed Akuna. On 11 February 1913, a vessel of this name was involved in collision with barque Arnoldus Vinnen, near Williamstown, Port Phillip. Sailed from Launceston for Port Phillip Bay on 23 September 1839 but failed to arrive. Built 1911 as the German yacht Comet; captured by the RAN off New Britain in 1914 and commissioned as the Una. In 1912, towed free the barque Joseph Craig, aground inside Point Nepean, Port Phillip. Destroyed a drifting mine six miles from Cape Everard, eastern Victoria, 23 February 1919.
Bay ferries continued to run on Port Phillip, between Melbourne, Portarlington, Geelong, Queencliff, Portsea, Sorrento, Rye and Frankston well into the 1950s. [LSS],[LG],[AS1] In 1809, 11 June, stranded at Western Port, Gippsland coast; refloated and returned to Sydney.
In June 1912, towed free the stranded steamer Leura in Lady Bay, Warrnambool.
Left Sydney on a cruise to Melbourne, and was returning in thick weather when she ran on to Beware Reef off Point Hicks, eastern Victoria, 1 September 1926.
With the discovery of gold in 1851, Melbourne soon became a major entry point to Australia.
By the end of the year and the following year, the demand for passage to Australia rose considerably.
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Known to have operated in eastern Victorian waters in the 1840s.