The Argus, Saturday 30 May 1857, p4, Shipping Intelligence
The clipper ship Norfolk of the Blackwall line, arrived in Hobson's Bay last evening, after a splendid run of sixty-seven days, adding another laurel to those already earned by Captain Coleman ... The Norfolk is very much like the Kent, but she is more of a clipper in appearance. She was in an excellent state of cleanliness, and the passengers testified to the comfort of the passage and to the kindness of Captain Coleman and his officers. The Norfolk will be berted alongside the railway pier ear;y this morning.