• Max Depth:       60 Mtrs
  • Average Depth: 60 Mtrs
  • Average Viz:      10 Mtrs
  • Construction:    Wood  
  • Sank In:              23 Oct 1916 
  • Lives Lost:          0

The Tuncurry was a wooden carvel Steamer screw built in 1903 at Cape Hawke, that was wrecked when it sprang a leak whilst carrying
Explosives, Cement, whisky, jam and other general cargo between Sydney and Brisbane and was lost at off Barranjoey Broken Bay, New South Wales. 

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SS Tuncurry

Steamer Screw, Broken Bay, Sydney, NSW

  • Max Depth:       60 Mtrs
  • Average Depth: 60 Mtrs
  • Average Viz:      10 Mtrs
  • Construction:    Wood  
  • Sank In:              23 Oct 1916 
  • Lives Lost:          0

The Tuncurry was a wooden carvel Steamer screw built in 1903 at Cape Hawke, that was wrecked when it sprang a leak whilst carrying
Explosives, Cement, whisky, jam and other general cargo between Sydney and Brisbane and was lost at off Barranjoey Broken Bay, New South Wales.