Former Steampacket Inn 35 Bentinck Street p1. The Seal of Portland in 1855 p3. Maretimo Daniel Street p5. Historic monument Dutton Way p5. World War 2 lookout and museum Wade Street p6. Portland Lighthouse Bluff Point p6. Sea View Cottage in Bayview College p7. Whalers Cottage 12 Whalers Court p7. The Ploughed Field Bentinck Street p8. Bayview College Bentinck Street p9. All Saints Catholic Church Bentinck Street p10. Victoria House 5-7 Tyers Street p10. Former residence of John Hill, Fitzgerald Street p11. Scots Presbytherian Church 19 Tyers Street p11. Workers cottage 9 Tyers Street p11. State School Number 489, Palmer Street p12. Former National School cnr Julia and Palmer Streets p12. Welsey Uniting Church Percy Street p13. St Stephen's Anglican Church Julia Street p13. Former Wesleyan mance Percy Street p14. Compton House cnr Henty and Percy Streets p14. Bluestone shop Percy Street p15. Residence Warrane 35 Henty Street p15. Thomas Wilkinson and the Portland Guardian p15. Julia Street historic precinct south side numbers 17-21 p16. Julia Street historic precinct south side numbers 7-11 p16. Julia Street historic precinct south side numbers 27-31 p17. Julia Street historic pricinct south side numbers 39-43 p17. Former woolstore and bondstore 3 and 7 Julia Street p18. Residence 25 Hurd Street p18. Former Union Bank cnr Julia and Percy Streets p19. Royal Hotel cnr Tyers and Percy Streets p19. The bell and pipe organ at St Stephen's Church p20. St Stephen's Hall p20. Residence Claremont 65 Julia Street p21. Residence Annesley 60 Julia Street p21. Residence 81 Julia Street p22. Residence 70 Julia Street p22. Former John Jones residence 72 Julia Street p22. The Baptist Church set back from Percy Street p23. Residence 5 Percy Street p23. Builders' Inn 25 Gawler Street p24. Portland Club 35 Percy Street p24. Portland cable tramway Henty Park, Bentick Street p25. Residence Sandilands 33 Percy Street p25. Residence Portland Inn 4 Percy Street p26. Residence 19 Bentinck Street p26. Gordon Hotel 63 Bentinck Street p27. Small shop Bentinck Street p27. London Inn 93 Bentinck Street p28. Mac's Hotel cnr of Bentinck Street and Gawler Street p28. Historic mansion Burswood 15 Cape Nelson Road p29. Burswood outbuildings and historic gardens p29. Former drill hall Bentinck Street p30. Former post office cnr of Bentinck Street and Cliff Street p30. The Court House Cliff Street p31. Former gaol governor's house Bligh Street p31. Customs house Cliff Street p32. Former town hall, now history house Cliff Street p32. Former rocket shed Cliff Street p33. Former watch house Cliff Street p33. Residence 16 Glenelg Street p34. Residence 8 Glenelg Street p35. Residences 9 and 11 Bentinck Street p35. Botanic gardens and former curator's cottage p37. Portland battery Victoria Parade p38. Fawthop Lagoon p38. Residence Pine Groove 61 Bancroft Street p39. Residence Kingsley 8 Kingsley Court p39. Residence Prospect House 3 Prospect Court p40. Residence Wando Villa 89 Wellington Road p40. Residence Blairmona Mailings Road p41. Former Wesleyan schoolroom & chapel Wellington Road p41. Residences 2 and 3 Pattersons Lane, South Portland p42. Portland's trawler wharf p45. Major Mitchell Monument p46. Cape Nelson cliffs and lighthouse station p49. Light keepers cottage Cape Nelson p50. Cape Bridgewater Bridgewater Beach p52. The Bridgewater Lakes view p53. Pritchards Camp p55. Surry Ridge picnic area p55. Lower Glenelg National Park wildflowers p56.
Narrowong Mechanics Hall Princess Highway p58. Mabelhoe and stables Princess Highway Narrawong p58. District primary school Princess Highway Narrawong p59. Early residence Albert Street Narrawong p59. Early stone farmhouse Princess Highway p59. Residence Inverness Princess Highway p60. Former Presbytherian church Princess Highway p60. Homestead Bellevuep61. Butter factory at Yannarie p61. William Dutton's grave p62. Timber industry at Narrawong and Mount Clay p62.
Former general store and post office. William Allitt’s Store opened as a postal service in the 1870’s p63. St James Anglican Church Princess Highway. This stone church was built in 1874 and was the only Anglican Church between Portland and Yambuck on the coast. p63.
Homestead “Castlemaddie”: The Jamieson brothers held the first licence on this selection in 1843 and by 1852 the solid present homestead was constructed p64.
Former “Forest Inn,” Henty Highway, once known as “The Five Mile”. Thomas Huxley’s Forest Inn opened in 1856 p65. Residence “Midwood,” Henty Highway built by John Fitzerald (formerly Chief Constable). p65.
Former school number 29, Princess Highway p66. St John's Anglican Church p67. Wesleyan reserve now The Uniting Church p67. Farmhouse on the Princess Highway p68. Former bush nursing home cnr Carey and Cameron Streets p68. Old police barracks at Mount Eckersley p69. Former police house cnr Carey and Darling Streets p69. St Andrew's Presbytherian Church p70. St Gregory's Catholic Church cnr Owen and Edgar Streets p70. Residence of Leonard Byer Allan Righetti p71. Residence of Serafino Righetti p71.
Lake Condah and the Stoney Rises:
Important Aboriginal relics around the Lake Condah area such as the remains of stone houses, cairns and four major systems of fish traps p72-73. Lake Condah Anglican mission p73-74
Fort O' Hare picnic area p75. Police station Wapling Street p75. Anglican Church Greenham Street p76. Former coach house and store, now museum p77. Residence Nelso Lindsay Road p77. Primary school number 1035 Greenham Street p78. Former Presbytherian mance p80. Uniting Church Lindsay Road p80.
Drik Drik village:
Former state school No. 971, completed in 1873 and closed in 1971. p81. Uniting Church built in 1903 and still in use p81. Former Methodist Church built in 1885 p82. Former post office p83. The Avenue of Honour planted with Moreton Bay Figs p83.
Dairy state school (formerly Mumbannar School No 1354) p84. The Union Church. This quaint stone building was completed in 1879 p84.
Nelson Hotel p85. Former police station The Cottage p85. Former state school Sturt Street p86. Presbytherian Church Meredith Street. Built solidly in stone in 1910 p86. Glenelg River - Isle of Bags p87.
Lower Cape Bridgewater:
Uniting Church p88. Residence “The Lakes” built about 1856 as the first home of Rev. William Lightbody and his wife Rebecca (nee Kittson) p88. Former St Peter's Anglican Church, built by John Hardie in 1884 p88. Former Mount Richmond Chapel, Kennedy Road. Built in 1876 p89. State school number 32 p89. Tarragal caves p89.
Bridgewater Hotel ruins, formerly owned by S. Vance p90. Former Presbytherian Church, built 1870 p91. Former Gorae West school, now re-sited on the farm. p92. The farm residence, built in 1850 p92.
Community hall, opened by local farmer, David Hann on 27th September, 1957 p94. The old coolstore p94.