Terrigal

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Dive Locations in Terrigal

Patterson

Wooden Steamer carrying passengers and cargo between Sydney and Newcastle. She sprang a leak so the captain ran for the shallow waters of Cabbage Tree Bay where it sank at the wharf. The hull then sank beneath the sand. Links to; Datasheet

29/01/2015 06:23 hrs
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Nerong

The NERONG was a steel steamer 219 tons, 120 feet in length that foundered off Norah Head on the 19th September 1917. The NERONG sits upright on sand in 45 metres of water. The hull has settled low in the sand the stern, bow and top of boiler being the highest points. The brick oven … Continue reading Nerong

29/01/2015 06:23 hrs
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Kiama

The KIAMA was a 555 ton steel steamship, 140 feet long that foundered off The Entrance on the 19th January 1951. The KIAMA lies on low, flat reef in 44 metres of water. The wreck has flattened out collapsing in on itself. The engine and boiler mark the stern while forward of the boiler the … Continue reading Kiama

29/01/2015 06:22 hrs
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trimixguy

Galava

The GALAVA was a steel collier, 141 feet long that foundered on the 9th February 1927 off Terrigal

29/01/2015 06:22 hrs
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Commonwealth

The COMMONWEALTH was a wooden sail assisted steamer 121 feet long that foundered off Terrigal on the 19th August 1916. The wreck lies on scattered reef in 40 meters of water. The site is scattered over a 40 metre area with two anchors and chain marking the bow. The hull has been eaten away allowing … Continue reading Commonwealth

29/01/2015 06:22 hrs
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trimixguy

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