The Buster shipwreck on Woolgoolga Beach can be seen again by one and all.
The Buster shipwreck on Woolgoolga Beach can be seen again by one and all.

Ship ahoy from Woolgoolga sand

BUSTER has risen again.

Woolgoolga's famed shipwreck has previously only been visible for people strolling along Woolgoolga Beach every three or so years but the latest showing has come less than a year since it was last uncovered.

The 310-tonne vessel washed up on to Woolgoolga Beach 120 years ago after a south-east storm hit, snapping its anchor cable and holding chains, beaching stern-first just south of the Woolgoolga Lake mouth.



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