Map of Kingfisher Wreck, WA

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The Kingfisher Wreck lies about 470 m (260 fathoms) off the coast of Western Australia in the Southern Ocean (show Western Australia on map). The wreck is about 570 m from Hanover Bay (show me) .

In the near vicinity of the Kingfisher Wreck the water depth ranges from about 0 to 0.64 metres deep (about 0 to 0.35 fathoms / 0 to 2.1 feet).

The closest Australian towns, villages or cities to the Kingfisher Wreck are the city of Albany (show me) and the town of Little Grove (show me).

There are a number of other wrecks in the vicinity of Kingfisher Wreck including: the Sarah Burnyeat Wreck (show me), the Fairy Wreck (show me), the Cheynes II Wreck (show me), the Runnymede Wreck (show me), the Fanny Nicholson Wreck (show me), the Lady Lyttleton Wreck (show me), the Camel Wreck (show me), the Elvie Wreck (show me), the Rip Wreck (show me), the Cheynes IV Wreck (show me), the HMAS Perth Wreck (show me), the Ada Wreck (show me), the Awhina Wreck (show me), the Cheynes III Wreck (show me) and the Cheynes Wreck (show me).

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