Four graves on the eastern headland, and parts of barrels, leg irons, bottles and other pieces are all that remain of the settlement.
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Port Phillip's piers, jetties, islands and marine reserves have a rich history of settlement, recreation, fishing and defence for Victoria. Shipwrecks date from the early days of settlement and development. Long before the network of roads grew around the perimeter, people traversed Port Phillip by steam and sail. Port Phillip's piers and jetties, many of which have been extended and rebuilt since their construction in the 1860s to 1890s, have been integral for travel and trade. Piers, such as those at Queenscliff and Portarlington, were used by paddle steamers in the days of early recreation. The piers were also used to transport a range of materials, including timber and lime, from the Mornington Peninsula to Melbourne.