City of Brisbane
She was 451ft long and had a beam of 57ft, It was on the 13th August 1918 whilst travelling in ballast from London to Buenos Aires that she became the latest and last victim of the submarine UB-57.
This wreck has an impressive bow to her, it stands a good 6mtrs high and is very intact, under the bow the keel is clear of the rocky seabed by about a foot. As you move from the bow towards the stern the wreck breaks down and becomes a tangled mass of twisted wreckage, this has enabled marine life to grow and it has now got loads of dead mans fingers and anemones living on its exterior, lots of crabs and various fish now frequent this habitat with big bass in the summer. As you get to the stern you can see the remains of a large deck gun laying in the wreckage. This is a good training dive, at low water she is only 24mts to the seabed and about 18mtrs on the top.