Scuba Diving in Clan Ranald Wreck, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia Australia

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As one of the best wreck dives in Yorke Peninsula of South Australia, the Clan Ranald is an important diving destination and tourist asset which forms part of the Investigator Strait Maritime Heritage Trail. The Clan Ranald sank on January 31st, 1909.

After it departed, it overturned from an overload and took the lives of 40 men. The anchor from the ship lies on the cliffs above the wreck. The Clan Ranald has been declared an historic shipwreck under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1976, thus consequently its remains cannot be disturbed without a permit.

The wreck represents also a marvelous asset of the Troubridge Hill Aquatic Reserve declared in 1983 to provide protection to a diverse and unique assemblage of marine flora and fauna. The spot is suitable only for advanced level divers with a maximum depth of 21 m / 68 ft. Practitioners should be advised that there can be strong currents on the spot, so extra cautious needs to be paid.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Adelaide
141.6 mi / 228 km, 2 hrs 54 mins
Head North along Port Wakefield Road, following the signs to Port Wakefield, Continue onto Port Augusta – Port Wakefield Road, Continue on Port Wakefield Road, Take a slight left towards Copper Coast Highway (signs for Ardrossan/Bute/Kadina), Continue straight onto Copper Coast Highway, Turn left at Yorke Highway, On the left you will see a ‘Welcome to Yorke Peninsula’ sign, Turn right to stay on Yorke Highway, continue onto Port Clinton and the next town is Ardrossan. Continue onto Yorke Highway, cross the Pine Point and follow the coast line road all the way down the St Vincent Highway. After having crossed Port Vincent, Stansbury and Coobowie towns, follow the Coast road and you arrive at Edithburgh, where you will be based.
Adelaide International Airport,
144.7 mi / 233 km from Adelaide


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Rafting & Outdoor activities, Queensland
/ Australia, Queensland, Tully River

Summer/Autumn 2016-2017


December – AUSTRALIA

River Rafting Tour Class III / IV / V & outdoor experiences on Tully River.

Not an expedition. 21 Days – air travel not included.

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