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    Historic wreck

    by JohanIsWeg Written Dec 3, 2008

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    Gayundah wreck

    North-east of Woody Point, where Lilla Street meets Gayundah Esplanade, lies the Gayundah wreck. Having served as a gunship in the Queensland navy, the historic craft was eventually beached in 1958 to serve as a breakwater against erosion.

    The Gayundah played a role in the Australian navy's first mutiny soon after its arrival from England in 1885, and - in 1903 - it became the first ship to broadcast a message at sea to an Australian wireless station. In later life, the Gayundah served as a sand and gravel barge along the Brisbane River.

    The rusting hulk provides rich and earthy colours against blue skies and seas - a very photogenic and accessible location.

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    Suttons Beach

    by stevemt Written Mar 2, 2009

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    Suttons beach is a great family orientated are. BBQ's are free here, there are many facilities such as [icnic tables, grassy areas and a great beach. Also in the area is a great restaurant/takeaway

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