TitleGayundah WreckageDescriptionAt the bottom of Woody Point Cliff lies the H.M.Q.S. Gayundah. The Gayundah along with her sister ship Paluma were originally designed as gun boats for the Australian Navy. In 1958 H.M.Q.S. Gayundah was towed and beached at Woody Point to serve as erosion protection. This photograph was taken in the 1960s.Date1960sPhotographerOllenburg, RayRecord typePhotographFormat typePhysicalOriginal format colourBlack and white
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