Murray/Bowen Plaque
This plaque is located on the monument on the west side of the Historical Museum, 359A Point Nepean Road, Dromana.
BICENTENNIAL COMMEMORATION
THE PEOPLE OF THE KULIN LIVED IN
THE PORT PHILLIP AREAS FOR OVER 40,000 YEARS

WILLIAM BOWEN

1ST MATE OF THE LADY NELSON
WITH FIVE MEN IN THE SHIP'S LAUNCH
ENTERED THE BAY
31ST JANUARY 1802

ACTG. LIEUT. JOHN MURRAY R.N.

IN COMMAND OF THE LADY NELSON
THE FIRST KNOWN SHIP TO ENTER THE BAY
14 FEBRUARY 1802

MURRAY NAMED ARTHURS SEAT AFTER A HILL
NEAR HIS NATIVE CITY EDINBURGH

DROMANA AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY INC.
2002 PROJECT

Dromana and
District
Historical Society
Mornington Peninsula
Shire
14.02.02 - Bicentenary of the British discovery of Port Phillip