New South Wales

Tuncurry was a coastal steamer laid down by John Wright in Cape Hawke, and was launched in 1903 for Allan Taylor & Company in Sydney. She was chartered by North Coast Steam Navigation Company and was in 1909 sold to the British Western Pacific Territories and renamed Tokelau. She returned to Australia in 1916 and got her original name back. Under a journey from Sydney to Brisbane loaded with various merchant goods she developed a leak and sank outside Pittwater 22. October 1916. The wreck was found by technical divers in 2009 and rest today on a depth of 60 meter in open waters east of Palm Beach.

Former names:
113,5 x22,2x 7,6 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
  162 grt
Cape Hawke ( AU ) 1903
Sydney ( AU )

33°37'07.5"S 151°26'25.3"E

Last updated: November 2020