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List of Ship Wrecks off the Rockingham Coast
Text information Courtesy of Bell Scuba 6/33 Rockingham Beach Rd. Rockingham. Western Australia.6168 Telephone 08 9527 9211 Fax 08 9527 5892, It is our goal to be the best at everything we do. From our courses, boat dives and equipment servicing to our air fills we will provide you with the best service in town at the best price available. Admin Notes : Thank you to James Holder of DPI for allowing us to use images from the charts.Images supplied courtesy of Department for Planning and Infrastructure .. visit http://www.dpi.wa.gov.au/imarine/ Text notes courtesy of Encyclopedia of Australian Shipwrecks, Peter Stone .. visit Encyclopedia of Australian Shipwrecks
Portion of Chart WA 913 (Cape Peron to Dawesville) supplied courtesy of Department for Planning and Infrastructure .. visit http://www.dpi.wa.gov.au/imarine/
At present a total of 10 wrecks are located on the ocean floor within Warnbro Sound. It is proposed that further wrecks will be sunk to expand the diving attractions over the next 10 years. The above ship image was once used by a local realstate ( Port Rockingham Real Estate ) for thier signs
List of Wrecks: Amur 1887, Bell Wreck 1886, Belle of bunbury 1886, Carlisle Castle 1899, Chalmers 1874, Contest 1874, The D9 1962, The Dolphin 1930, Hero of the Nile 1876, Highland Forest 1901,Robertina 1859, Rockingham 1830, Sepia 1898, Star 1880, SS Orizarba 1905, Saxon Ranger
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