There are approximately 638 known shipwrecks along Victoria’s coast, although only around 240 of them have been discovered.
Call into Port Campbell Visitor Information Centre and discover the wrecks of the region.
The wreck of the Fiji lies in depths of 6 to 7 metres of water in a sandy gully, 50 to 70 metres from Wreck Beach and Moonlight Head.
The Marie Gabrielle was swamped and smashed on the beach before the men clambered out. The anchor of the Marie Gabrielle can still be seen at Wreck Beach at low tide.
The wreck of the Loch Ard lies in depths ranging from 10 to 25 metres to the south west side of Muttonbird Island.
The Napier was destroyed and abandoned by captain and crew leaving 10 men and a diver to dismantle as much as possible before she went to pieces.
The wreck is located in a low relief substrate and is very exposed with dangerous and unpredictable swells breaking. It lies in depths ranging from 5 to 7 metres. Near perfect diving and boating conditions are required to view the wreck.
Falls of Halladale
The Falls of Halladale lies just off Halladale Point, in the Bay of Islands Coastal Park, about 300 metres offshore in 3 to 15 metres of water.
The Antares today lies in only 4 to 6 metres of water and is a little more than 70 to 80 metres offshore west of the Bay of Islands.
The wooden barque was wrecked after striking reefs close to shore at the entrance of Childers Cove.