The Melbourne Maritime Museum also
contains the Polly Woodside, a restored iron barque. Built in Belfast in 1885, the ship made 16 voyages around Cape Horn before sailing for 20 years in Australasian waters.
The Melbourne Maritime Museum is
accessed via Lorimer Street, Southbank, where there is ample parking. (Melway
reference 2E K9).
The Point Gellibrand light is located
within the grounds of the Melbourne Maritime Museum, a National Trust
property, where an entry fee applies. The light can also be freely
viewed from a small distance from the wharf along the Yarra River.
Melbourne Maritime Museum
Ph: (03) 9699 9760
Fax: (03) 9696 6117
Email: [email protected]