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Dive Locations in Barwon Heads

Sir William Mc Pherson

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Rotomohana

Lying in 38m, the Rotomohana carried both sail, and had steam power, at 1770 ton. Stripped and scuttled when no longer commercially viable as a passenger ship, it sank in 1928. Although blasted ? some sections are intact. Ribs can be seen in the for?d section and the boilers are exposed. Anchor winches are also … Continue reading Rotomohana

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Bunninyong

S.S. Bunninyong of 2076 tons, built 1883, scuttled 1926. She is the second largest vessel in the graveyard. Now resting in 54m south of Barwon Heads. After a career spanning more than four decades, the interstate steamer was withdrawn from service , stripped and scuttled in the Ships Graveyard. The vessel built in 1883 in … Continue reading Bunninyong

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