Map of Sepia Wreck, WA

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The Sepia Wreck lies about 9.5 km (5.1 nautical miles) off the coast of Western Australia in the Indian Ocean (show Western Australia on map). The wreck is about 2.2 km from Smith Point (show me) .

In the near vicinity of the Sepia Wreck the water depth ranges from about 3.7 to 5.9 metres deep (about 2 to 3.2 fathoms / 12 to 19 feet).

The nearest bay to the Sepia Wreck is Herring Bay (show me) about 3 km (1.62 nautical miles) away to the west-southwest.

The closest Australian towns, villages or cities to the Sepia Wreck are the city of Kwinana (show me), the city of Rockingham (show me) and the metropolis of Perth (show me).

There are a number of other wrecks in the vicinity of Sepia Wreck including: the Zedora Wreck (show me), the Lancier Wreck (show me), the Ulidia Wreck (show me), the Unidentified Wreck (show me), the James Matthews Wreck (show me), the Lygnern Wreck (show me), the Unidentified Wreck (show me), the K8 Wreck (show me), the D9 Dredge Wreck (show me), the Omeo Wreck (show me), the Abemama Wreck (show me), the Diana Wreck (show me), the Alacrity Wreck (show me), the James Wreck (show me), the Gemma Wreck (show me), the Ellen Wreck (show me), the Egmont Wreck (show me), the Redemptora Wreck (show me), the North Mole Barge Wreck (show me), the Dato Wreck (show me), the Day Dawn Wreck (show me), the Camilla Wreck (show me), the Carnac Wreck (show me) and the Priestman Grab Crane Pontoon A Wreck (show me).

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