Phillip Island is an Australian island around 140 km (87 mi) south-southeast of Melbourne, Victoria. Named after Arthur Phillip, the foremost Governor of New South Wales, Phillip Island outlines a trademark boundary for the shallow waters of the Western Port. It is 26 km (16 mi) long and 9 km (5.6 mi) wide, with a scope of around 100 km2 (40 sq mi). It has 97 km (60 mi) of coastline and is a bit of the Bass Coast Shire. A 640 m (2,100 ft) strong expansion (at first a wooden framework) interfaces the landscape town San Remo with the island town Newhaven. In the 2011 specification the island's immutable masses was 9,406, appeared differently in relation to 7,071 in 2001. During the late spring, the people swells to 40,000. 60% of the island is farmland committed to crunching of sheep and bovines.