Arthurs Seat was named by Acting Lieutenant John Murray when he entered Port Phillip in the ship Lady Nelson in January 1802, for an apparent resemblance to the hill of Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh (which was his home city). Captain Matthew Flinders climbed Arthurs Seat on 27 April 1802.
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Arthurs Seat tower - now demolished.
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