43rd Landing Company, Australian Army Used to transport vehicles and troops during the Second World War.
1942 / 43
62.1 tonnes length 18.6m beam 5.4m depth 0.8m
laying upright in 10 metres of water, stripped of engines her many compartments are open to view a variety of fish and marine life. Divers: this wreck lies within moorings and caution needs to be taken of moving boats.
circa 1940 by Ford Motor Co., Geelong
Just upstream of the Perth Water Transport Unit of the Australian Army Depot about 50 metres from shore in 10 metres of water.
In trouble offshore Fremantle in 1942 – 43. Navy sent vessel to sink her, but instead towed her back and moored her to the torpedo jetty in Swan. Broke free in a storm and sank where she now lies.
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