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Destroyed a drifting mine six miles from Cape Everard, eastern Victoria, 23 February 1919.

Ran on to the Port Albert bar early in March and could not be refloated, March 1852.

[ASR],[LG],[LPA - built 1865],[LPW - 19 tons],[LV] In 1869, stranded at Lakes Entrance, Gippsland coast; apparently salvaged and returned to service.

Went to pieces after running on to a bank in the west channel of Lakes Entrance, 27 March 1874.

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Bay ferries continued to run on Port Phillip, between Melbourne, Portarlington, Geelong, Queencliff, Portsea, Sorrento, Rye and Frankston well into the 1950s. [LSS],[LG],[AS1] In 1809, 11 June, stranded at Western Port, Gippsland coast; refloated and returned to Sydney. The western coast of Victoria contains, I am sure, more shipwrecks by number and tonnage than any other stretch of coast in Australia. Was being towed out over the bar at Lakes Entrance by the steamer Rose Of Sharon when the tow rope was cast off with the vessel still in a dangerous position, and she foundered, 12 November 1889. They were the first casualties of the new entrance. And yet the loss of life has not been exceedingly high, with forty-nine lost with the wreck of the ship Loch Ard near Port Campbell in 1878 being the greatest, and the Children, at Childers Cove further west, with 38 lives: the 'top ten' wrecks in terms of loss of life resulted in 221 lives give or take one or two. As a result of the loss of the Cambridge, ordered to search for a possible minelayer in Bass Strait, 1941. Wreckage found spread along the beaches around Loch Ard Gorge, west coast Victoria. In June 1912, towed free the stranded steamer Leura in Lady Bay, Warrnambool.