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.
Thunder Point carpark, Warrnambool, to Griffiths Island carpark, Port Fairycomments powered by Disqus