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   Location Map     PDF map of wreck locations in Darwin harbour

     WWII Wrecks  


     British Motorist      Tanker 440.2 feet long

     Kelat      Old sailing ship used as a coal barge

     Mauna Loa      US Transport Ship 410 feet long

     USAT Meigs       US Transport ship 430 feet long            

     USS Peary       US Destroyer 314.4 feet long            

     Zealandia      Troop ship 410 feet long

    Cyclone Tracy Wrecks

   Bell Bird      Prawn trawler 82 feet long

   Blue Bird      Prawn trawler 82 feet sister ship to the Bell bird

     Booya       A steel hulled Three Masted schooner   35.8 metres long ( Virtually intact )

             The site is under the control of the heritage branch and has a strict permit system is in operation.

             The diving of the historic wreck of Booya  can only be done through local  dive operators.

             No fishing allowed at this site

    Darwin Princess        Steel ferry 75 feet long located just after the discovery of the Booya

    Dieman    Prawn trawler 73 feet long  

    Mandorah Queen      Steel ferry 22m long



    Artificial Reefs/Wrecks

    Antares/Amelia C       Old costal freighter and a Prawn trawler lying side by side

    Amanda Lee        old trawler sunk as artificial reef

     Bottle Washer        Old Bottle washer sunk at angler reef

     DSAC Barge        Derelict barge and 2 other vessels

     Ham Luong        Vietnamese Refugee Boat  

     John Holland Barge        Barge 18m x 12m

     Kay Lee        Steel commercial fishing boat 50 feet long

     Marchart 3        Prawn trawler / freighter   32 metres long  

     Medkhanun         Fishing vessel 25 meters long

   Merindah Pearl        Ex pearl meat steel vessel 25m in length

     Song Saigon        Vietnamese Refugee Boat 


    Other sites

     Sand Bar Barge        Small landing barge

      Buffalo landig craft        Amphibious craft LVT

     SS Brisbane     Steam Ship 85.3 metres in length wrecked 1881

      Ellengowan     Schooner rigged steam ship sunk in 1888 Located by DSAC Members

      Dudley Bommies        Shallow dive through large coral bommies

      Weed Reef         Shallow dive through large coral bommies

      East Point Bommies        Shallow dive through large coral bommies

      The Pinnacle        Large rocky ridge



      Catalina1 A24-1        Catalina flying boat RAAF exposed at low tide

      Catalina2 A24-69        Catalina flying boat RAFF

      Catalina3 A24-1        Catalina flying boat RAAF

      Catalina4 #41        Catalina flying Boat United States Navy #41

      Catalina5  #4 or8      Catalina flying boat USN number 4 or 8 this Catalina and one below are the same model

      Catalina6  #4 or8        Catalina flying boat USN number 4 or 8

      C 47 Dakota        C 47 Dakota plane



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