Corinella – settled in 1826, was the birthplace of Victoria.  – A town in Victoria’s Gippsland region,  a large rural district, which begins on the Bass Highway then continues round the coast line from Queens Ferry road.  The Coastal views are amazing, the township is often overlooked as people just head on down to  Phillip Island looking for a coastal haven and don’t realize they have just driven past  this fantastic little coastal town in the Western Port region.

Below the French Island barge transports vehicles form French Island to the Corinella port, here  a visitor drives of the barge or does he ?










About Christine Wilson Photography

Currently working as a nurse in Melbourne and part-time photographer
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2 Responses to Corinella

  1. Jim Worrall says:

    I like the effect of the car leaving the barge, well done.


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