Remains of two whaling ships found in Australia

Published on November 30th, 2011 | by Admin


The remains of two nineteenth century whaling ships have been found in Western Australia.

The joint project between the City of Bunbury and Museum of Western Australia has attracted a number of specialists from around the nation to assist in the dig for the 1800s whaling ships.

WA Museum Department of Maritime Archeology curator Ross Anderson said the project had made significant progress in the early stages.

“We are definitely off to a good start,” he said.

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Story: Jeffrey Kitt, Bunbury Mail | Photo: Burbury Mail

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