Shipwrecks near Brisbane

HMS Gayundah-Woody Point the old whaling station to create a sheltered haven behind. Wreck of the Gayundah, Woody Point. A grand old lady HMAS Gayundah – Royal Australian Navy. One of the easiest shipwrecks to see by anyone living in Brisbane is the HMS Gayundah at Woody Point Beach in Woody Point (near Redcliffe).Continue reading “Shipwrecks near Brisbane”

Haunting Shipwrecks Around the World

http://twisted Fellow blogger Tom Moran from Urban Ghosts inspired this post. His excellent article on ‘Ship Graveyards: Abandoned Ships, Boats and Shipyards‘ sent me on a quest to find some incredible photographs of shipwrecks around the world. The United Nations estimates that there are more than 3 million shipwrecks on the ocean floor [Source: Wikipedia].Continue reading “Haunting Shipwrecks Around the World”

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