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Phillip Island Surf Beach
Victoria

The area around what is now San Remo was occupied for many hundreds of years by the Bunurong people, sealers frequented the area before the Europeans settled the area in 1835. It was Samuel Anderson a Scottish immigrant who in 1835 established the third permanent settlement in Victoria at Bass. An early pioneer and explorer 'Anderson Inlet" at Inverloch was named after him. Descendents of the Anderson family remain around San Remo to this day.

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