Port Blundell is a small fishing toen in the coastal New Dover region of the Southern Territories. It is situated nort of Port Jackson. The town is smaller and less important than Port Jackson and it is completely dependent on fishing and associated activities (such as processing) and tourism.
The town was founded in 1891. It is built around a small wooden church that was renovated in 1998. It is surrounded by forests and cliffs. The road to Worth, that leads to Port Jackson too, runs through the town.