TitleH.M.Q.S. GayundahDescriptionH.M.Q.S. Gayundah was a flagship of the Queensland Navy. After WW1 (WWI) Gayundah retired from the navy but continued as a sand and gravel barge on the Brisbane River before being towed and beached at Woody Point to serve as erosion protection in 1958.Date1958PhotographerOllenburg, RayCollectorOllenburg, RayRecord typePhotographFormat typePhysicalOriginal format colourBlack and white
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