Significant wreckage lies in 7 metres of water. The bow is wedged into the reef
1869 in Sunderland U.K. by Robert Thompson
SCUBA DIVE In 7m depth, lies in the sheltered waters of Porpoise Bay on the shoreward side of Dyer Island.
After leaving Fremantle for Shanghai carrying a cargo of lead ore and sandalwood, the Lady Elizabeth was caught in a heavy gale west of Rottnest Island and driven southward. The captain attempted to return to port via the South Passage, but ran aground. One man was lost overboard in the stormy seas.
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