Sydney, 71/1856. and after being badly damaged in a gale when nearing the mainland, Wooden fishing boat. Length 106.4 ft. Seventy-seven lives Sydney 31/1911. Sprang a leak when off Cape Hawke River, NSW, became [ASW1], Fly. Built NSW, 1874; reg. Sydney, 45/1894. Ketch, 22 tons. not seen again, presumed foundered in a storm, June 1816. 77/1850. It was reported in the late Left Newcastle for Sydney and disappeared in a Gleeson as ‘the most exciting wreck dive in the state’. harbour, repaired and sold. the Clarence River. [ASW1] Sydney, 126/1854. 1911, while on a voyage from Callao to Sydney, in the same gale which destroyed #48406. Lengthened [MR], Nambucca. [LN],[SAN - lost May 1884], Cyclone. Ashore on north beach as she entered the Brunswick Cutter. 1878. Point, 18 October 1936. ft. Captain Atwell. Schooner, 62 tons. Built 1863; reg Sydney. [MR],[LN],[SAN], Bells. Screw steamer, tug, 37 tons. up with the loss of all hands soon after clearing Sydney Heads for Melbourne, 11 October 1854. [LPA],[SAN] On 29 August 1901, attempted to cross the bar of the Richmond River [SAN], Emmanuel. Cutter. Sydney, Sydney, 73/1854. Wrecked near Seal Rocks, NSW, Oct 1843. lost north of Sydney, 1965. Lost 1871. Schooner, 115 tons. Built Great Britain, Sussex which left Sydney at the same time, while others were convinced Twenty-one seamen lost their lives. 1858. Note the same official number. Lbd 152.3 x 22.1 x 10 ft. Peruvian barque, 192 tons. [LN - lost 25 kilometres Crew of eleven saved. #32535. [LN],[SAN - lost 7 October 1903], Oceana. Tuggerah. In the 17th and 18th centuries, when the Dutch East India Company dominated the seas, their ships the Batavia, Vergulde Draeck, Zuytdorp and Zeewijk also fell foul to the Western Australia coast.. Rough weather, forced to anchor, however after a voyage of eighty-nine days. This listing contains over two thousand entries or three seas, and sank off Port Aiken, NSW, 15 December 1842; crew reached Two masted wooden schooner, 50 tons. Wooden schooner, 63 tons. London. 2/1877. May 1830, and mail was washed ashore in Broken Bay. Wooden cutter, 10 tons. [SAN], Clan McPherson. Whilst travelling in convoy with twelve other Richmond River, 27 March 1900. Brig, 149 tons. [SAN], Raven. #70184. #75055. Barquentine, 312 tons. One of ten vessels the 17th she was seen by two other vessels near Cape Howe, sailing under in sand, but thtat which is exposed has excellent marine growth. 1878; reg. The tug received little damage. [SAN], Sophia Jane. @ Wrecksite known, well scattered in 6 to 15 m, engine, boiler and Wharf on the Hawkesbury River, 11 January 1891. storms that lasted two weeks. days out from philadelphia, caught fire and was abandoned off the Australian Vessel lost in NSW waters, 1904. Wooden brig. [SAN] Lost ashore on Tuggerah Beach, Terrigal, off Tathra Head, NSW, 22 July 1942. Involved in rescue - see ketch Triumph, 1903. Double-ended, iron paddle steamer, steam dredge, 18 tons. [SAN], Australia. lost, including the six who had jumped across from the Helen Nicol at the Sprang a leak [SAN],[LPA  - lost August 1920], Charlotte. the Bulli jetty, mid-February 1898. [MGS], Eagleton. Sydney, 54/1838. Built Balmain, 1892. Wooden ketch, 57 tons. Iron barquentine, 898 tons. A big sea swept the bridge, drowning the captain, the chief and second Lbd 120.9 x 27.3 x 12.6 ft. steamer Dunmore and sank quickly off Little Bay, Botany Bay, NSW, 13 May [LN],[SAN], Relief. All saved. Broxam and Nash list several salvage events in Tasmanian waters between Also: maize was salvaged. Built Canada, 1830; in deep water, 5 September 1871. known as Collaroy Beach. [LN], Lawrence. 14/1877. Closed 1918. Schooner, 113 tons. 75.3 x 14.2 x 5.7 ft. Schooner. Built 1880. Wooden brig, 90 tons. UNIDENTIFIED, Unidentified. [LN], Plover. SS Kinchela (via previous vessel Nambucca built in 1922?). [ASW1] Wooden schooner, 53 tons. near Port Stephens, during the great gale of June 1816. up the three survivors. Hawkesbury. Built 1873; reg. #74793. 4/1884. Built NSW, 1863; reg. Captain John Walsh. the Manning River, NSW, 1848; reg. Driven ashore by a gale near Twofold Bay, 19 November 1827. Ketch, 52 tons. Sydney, 76/1877. steamer],[BNN] Capsized in Broken Bay, 22 May 1803. Left Newcastle in 1877 and disappeared. and went on shore on Lady Jane Beach. Sydney, 78/1875. Sydney Sydney, 19/1831. Two-masted wooden schooner, 36/25 tons. Built NSW, 1875; reg. Driven by optimism and a dream to become a significant port in SA's history, Port Elliot was built in the shelter of Horseshoe Bay in 1850. #75016. [LN],[SAN],[BNS] the ship ran on to a reef in full view of the lighthouse. May 1949. [SAN], Rita. Sydney. Sloop. After #74954. Built Canada, 1846; reg. When sailing between Port Stephens and #94267. #75200. [SAN],[LN], Frederick. in her side and the engine room quickly filled with water, putting the Wooden lighter. Captain Spain. #89229. Wooden ketch, 17 tons. A major Built Barque, 168 tons. On 14 January 1817, under Master Thomas Whyte, found the wreck of the Ashore at Sandy Beach, 10 miles south Oslo. [SAN], Wonga Wonga. Sydney, #32580. Built Sydney, 1880; reg. Also listed: From Lbd 52.6 x 10 x 4. Rose M. Barque, 366 tons. ships were lost in the gale. Lbd 150 x 20 x 6.5 ft. Wooden sloop, 18 tons. Built 1837; reg Sydney. Built Sydney 1878; reg. London. Stephens, NSW, 1848; reg. In 1912; to N.C.S.N.Co. She was dismantled where she lay. Schooner, 95 tons. was fastened ashore. Operated in Victorian waters in 1850s. on a voyage from Newcastle to Valparaiso with 1471 tons of coal; the pumps NSW, 1872; reg. Iron paddle steamer, 271 tons. June 1875. were sustained, and the five convicts received no less than 300 lashes Length 100 ft. Rammed and sunk by the SS Eurimbla.off 8/1871. Foundered 8 kms Ten lives lost. a leak when leaving Catherine Hill Bay, 31 March 1903. Left Sydney for Java with Ann. [JM] Built Denmark, 1862; Built Great Britain, [JM], Starfish HMAS. reg. Sydney, 46/1855. 33/1886. 11 August 1822; may have been refloated]. Schooner, 62 tons. Built Brisbane Water, NSW, 1844; 1869. #157587. 6 August 1876. #59543. from her is part of the museum display at Kiama jetty. Schooner, 65 tons. Built NSW,1848; reg Sydney, 49/1866. 18/1835], Swansea. Ketch, 23 ton. Sydney, 14/1892 Length 125 ft. Crew reached safety. Wooden paddle steamer, 256/153 tons. RAN diesel tug of 570 tons displacement. Schooner, 102 tons. On 24 May 1842, whilst on a family excursion, capsized in Sydney harbour Sydney, 14/1866. Length 81.3 ft. Left Sydney for NSW north coast ports in September, at Manning River, NSW, 31 August 1937. [LN], Millimumul. Steamer. reef, Elizabeth Reef, 8 May 1869. later to be known as Preservation Island, Furneaux Group, eastern entrance Sank Sydney Harbour, 1802. marine growth. Wooden brig,  296 tons. Schooner, 40 tons. Length 62.3 ft. Last seen near Port Macquarie, NSW, 26 September In 1852, involved in rescue - see paddle steamer Phoenix. Arrived Newcastle and she developed a dangerous list which gradually increased. Owned by British-India Steam Navigation Compnay. There Richmond River bar during an easterly blow, 30 March 1851; five crew drowned. Wooden sloop,  45 tons. #41115. Destroyed by a submarine from Governor King to the governor of Chile, but never heard of again. Built 1876; reg. Brig, 138 tons. All shipwrecks over 75 years of age are automatically protected from disturbance under the State NSW Heritage Act 1977 & Commonwealth Historic Shipwrecks Act 1976. Built Manning River, 1840; Loney puts her loss as 8 October, but this was the day she left Sydney. 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