The voyage lasted for 94 days and appears to have been without major incident. Only two female adults died during the voyage. It arrived at Hobsons Bay (Williamstown), Melbourne on 4 May 1855.
On board were John Painter and his second wife Frances (Fanny), and his children George aged 14, Richard aged 11, Sarah aged 9 and Eleanor aged 17. Eleanor was with her new husband Charles Stokes aged 24. John was an agricultural labourer and the family had been living at Iwerne Courtney in Dorset.
|Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer 4 May 1855|
|Cornwall Chronicle (Tasmania) 9 May 1855|
|The Argus, 5 May1855|
|The Argus, 18 May 1855|
|The Argus 8 May 1855|
The Omega sailed at the end of May with cargo and mail, bound for Point de Galle in Ceylon (Sri Lanka).