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Maheno Shipwreck
Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area

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07 4191 2600
1800 444 155
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Description

The Maheno, the most famous of the Fraser Island wrecks, was driven ashore just north of Happy Valley during a cyclone in 1935. Once a well-known trans-Tasman liner, the Maheno was bound for a Japanese wrecking yard when she met her stormy end. Today the hull lies slowly deteriorating in the harsh salt environment, about 10 kilometres north of Happy Valley.

Property Details

Facilities

  • Access Without Assistance for the Disabled
    Non-assisted Access

Activities

  • Off Road Driving
    Off Road Driving

Other Information

Further Details:
Do not attempt to climb on the Maheno. The ship's structure has been severely weakened by rust and is unsafe climb on.


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Maheno Shipwreck - Print Brochure
Map of Maheno Shipwreck
75 Mile Beach
Fraser Island
Queensland 4581 Australia

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07 4191 2600
1800 444 155

 

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