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Western Port

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Looking Glass - Brandy (You're a Fine Girl) (Audio)

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Reef Island in Western Port Bay, Victoria from a birds perspective!

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Rhyno Films - Westernport Trevs

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Fishing Western Port Bay - Warneet Feb 2020. Preview only full episode to come

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Western Port Bay Speaks - The Great Knot

Western Port, commonly but unofficially known as Western Port Bay, is a large tidal bay in southern Victoria, Australia, opening into Bass Strait. It is the second largest bay in the state. Geographically, it is dominated by the two large islands; French Island and Phillip Island. Contrary to its name, it lies to the east of the larger Port Phillip, and is separated from it by the Mornington Peninsula. It is visited by Australian fur seals, whales and dolphins, as well as many migratory waders and seabirds. It is listed under the Ramsar Convention as a wetland of international significance.
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  • History 

  • Attempted colonisation 

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  • Ecology 

  • Parklands 

  • Recreation 

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