On 20 April, 1910, SS Satara struck a reef just south of Seal Rocks in NSW and sank shortly after. All aboard survived but the wreck wasn't discovered until 1984. Lying on her port side in 35-44 m of water, this 130-m-long vessel often requires more than one dive to explore her fully. It's a good spot to see grey nurse sharks and giant black cods. However, the depth, distance from shore and raging currents means this is a site for experienced divers only.
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