Golden ship wreck

Category: Outdoor Scenes

 

Photo and caption by craig parry

This is a wreck in Byron Bay Australia .The ship lost its tie to the old Byron Bay Pier during a cyclone in 1922 and sank. It is approximately 30 metres long running parallel to the beach. On the eastern end (closest to the barreling wave) of the Wreck one can see the rudder tiller and at low tide one can see the boilers which are visible in the background.

Location: Byron Bay

 

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