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Bulwer Wrecks

The bulwer wrecks located directly in front of the township of bulwer have a nice wide area of beach between the wrecks making it a safe area for children to play with no through traffic and is protected from the waves. The wrecks also offer a safe swimming enclosure and snorkeling opportunities and a great spot to watch the spectacular sunsets back across Moreton Bay as it falls behind the mainland mountain ranges and Glass House Mountains.

There are 3 ships at The Bulwer Wrecks that were scuttled on the beach at Bulwer, Moreton Island by Robert Alexander Gow deliberately for a sheltered area to load and unload his 12 metre boat in the early 1930's. The main ship was the Kallatina, a steel steamer of 628 tons which was Built at Glasgow in 1890 and bought from the State Government by John Burke Ltd, It was scuttled in 1931. The Hopewell was scuttled in 1930, which is the ship on the right when looking at the ocean. At the back running parallel to the beach is the 716 ton Mt Kembla also scuttled in 1930, it was 180' long and built in England in 1885 for Mt Kembla Coal and Oil Company.

They were all scuttled to form a breakwater at Bulwer, Moreton Bay, Queensland, although now the wrecks are rusting away and it is alot shallower between the wrecks, making it an ideal swimming and snorkelling spot.

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