Although the hull was sold for salvage, it remains intact amidships to the level of the main deck. Water depth varies from 3 to 6 metres.
1870 in Liverpool, U.K., by W.H. Potter
Transit Reef, Thomson Bay
Outbound from Fremantle en route to Beagle Bay with members of the Kimberley survey party, Macedon entered Thomson Bay to transfer supplies and a party of officials to a waiting boat. She set sail once more, but ran aground on Transit Reef.
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