The wreck site is the world largest online wreck database with 174,810 wrecks and 164,370 positions listed, 53,030 images, 2139 maritime charts, 29,720 ship owners and builders and lots more.
Use the Tasmanian Names Index link to single search across the following:• Arrivals (19th Century). Passengers and ships arriving, mainly in Hobart. Contains surnames A-K, L-Z to be added• … more
This comprehensive site details the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie VOC (United Dutch East Indies Company) their mariners, ships and the impact they had on Western Australia … more
This guide provides a brief overview of the major sources held by State Records that relate to shipwrecks. more
This site, by Environment Australia, lists all known shipwrecks in Australian waters. more
This site by Peter Stone is based on material collected by Jack Loney, lists 8,000+ entries. There is an entry for each vessel shipwrecked with relevant physical details and details of her loss. This … more
This site provides comprehensive information about deliberately abandoned vessels in South Australian waters. It includes location map and descriptions of 19 identified sites; facts sheets, with … more
The Online Collections include:• Shipwrecks - This database contains information and details on Western Australian shipwrecks recorded by the Western Australian Museum• Shipwreck artefacts … more