Port history publications

Published histories of the Port of Melbourne are available in bookshops (new and second-hand).

The long and perilous journey: A history of the Port of Melbourne
Judith Raphael Buckrich, published by Melbourne Books, Melbourne 2002, ISBN 1-877096-00-8
The Long and Perilous Journey cover.
Port of Melbourne 1835-1976
Olaf Ruhen, published by Cassell, Australia, 1976 (Out of print but may be available in second-hand bookshops or websites.)
Port of Melbourne 1835-1976 cover.
The Borough and its people, Port Melbourne 1839-1939
Margaret & Graham Bride, published by Port Melbourne Historical and Preservation Society, 2013
The Borough and its people cover 
Jubilee history of the Melbourne Harbor Trust: compiled from the original records of the Trust and from the Victorian Hansard, Benjamin Hoare, published by Peacock Brothers, Melbourne, 1927 (Out of print but may be available in second-hand bookshops or websites.)
Annual Reports and public newsletters of Port of Melbourne Corporation and its predecessor organisations are available at State Library of Victoria

Published histories of the Port of Melbourne are available in bookshops (new and second-hand).

The long and perilous journey: A history of the Port of Melbourne
Judith Raphael Buckrich, published by Melbourne Books, Melbourne 2002, ISBN 1-877096-00-8
The Long and Perilous Journey cover.
Port of Melbourne 1835-1976
Olaf Ruhen, published by Cassell, Australia, 1976 (Out of print but may be available in second-hand bookshops or websites.)
Port of Melbourne 1835-1976 cover.
The Borough and its people, Port Melbourne 1839-1939
Margaret & Graham Bride, published by Port Melbourne Historical and Preservation Society, 2013
The Borough and its people cover 
Jubilee history of the Melbourne Harbor Trust: compiled from the original records of the Trust and from the Victorian Hansard, Benjamin Hoare, published by Peacock Brothers, Melbourne, 1927 (Out of print but may be available in second-hand bookshops or websites.)
Annual Reports and public newsletters of Port of Melbourne Corporation and its predecessor organisations are available at State Library of Victoria