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Jervois Basin Ships' Graveyard Maritime Heritage Trail

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Beautiful sea view from the park

This little find is a great walk. Away from the madness of the local beach. Parking is a breeze... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2017
hellokathyclark
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Adelaide, Australia
"FORGOTTEN" NAUTICAL HISTORY !!!

The Jervois Basin Ship`s Graveyard is located near/amongst a strand of remnant mangrove close to... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
daf57
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Adelaide, Australia
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30 Oct 2017
“Beautiful sea view from the park”
4 weeks ago
“"FORGOTTEN" NAUTICAL HISTORY !!!”
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Lot 100 Rennie Rd | Ethelton Park, Port Adelaide, South Australia 5015, Australia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Jervois Basin Ship`s Graveyard is located near/amongst a strand of remnant mangrove close to the Ethelton Railway Station.It represents amazing South Australian nautical history. Visits to the Maritime Museum and Port Adelaide library, both near-by will add to your visit. Check for low tide...More

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Reviewed 31 October 2017

This little find is a great walk. Away from the madness of the local beach. Parking is a breeze. Walk and enjoy the sea grass or be impressed by the mangroves. If you love boats you will be delighted as many use this daily.

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Reviewed 20 July 2017

When I went to visit Ethelton Mangrove as the end of Kaurna Trail, I was very surprised to see a signboard that read: “Jarvious Basin Ships’ Grave Yard: Archaeological Treasures - Remnants of Sail and Steam.” During the early 1900s this area used to be...More

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