Do a Shipwreck Dive in Australia

S.S. Yongala in Queensland, Australia

Depth: 33m (108ft)
Visibility: 15m (50ft)

The S.S. Yongala ship sank in 1911 a mere 30 miles off the coast of Australia and lay undiscovered for nearly 50 years. The marine life that surrounds this wreck is positively fascinating and is an excellent place for underwater photography.

Take the plunge and be one with leopard sharks, eagle rays, guitar sharks, tiger sharks, sea snakes, napoleon wrasse, bull sharks, and barracuda…just to name a few. Easily accessed from the shore, you can dive the SS Yongala all year long.

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