Mahogany Ship Walking Track

During the 19th century, there were several sightings of a wrecked ship, apparently built of mahogany,  half-buried in sand. Many people believe it was a 16th-century sailing ship used by Portuguese  explorers. The 22-kilometre track, which can be accessed at various points, passes the spot where  the ship was last seen. Maybe you can find the lost ‘Mahogany Ship’, and unravel the mystery.

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Thunder Point carpark, Warrnambool, to Griffiths Island carpark, Port Fairy

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