A note on the discovery of stone tools on Erith Island, the Kent Group, Bass Strait
Lampert, Ronald John
Australian Archaeological Association
Between Erith and Dover there is what is known among the local fisherman as 'The Swashway', a low spit of pebbles linking the two islands at low tide but covered by broken surf at other times. Overlooking this swashway is a saddle some 40-50m above sea level mantled with deep sand deposits, part of which is now being scoured away by the wind. It was here that the first flake had been found, and we quickly confirmed this find by discovering about a score more flakes and tools mostly heavily wind eroded on the floor of this saddle.
Jones, R. & Lampert, R.J. 1978. A note on the discovery of stone tools on Erith Island, the Kent Group, Bass Strait. 'Australian Archaeology', no.8, 146-149.