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Oct 9

October 9, 2016

The Exposed Remains of the Original Port Willunga jetty & the Wreck of the Ida

The Star of Greece Café is close to a shipwreck, and it’s not the wreck of the Star of Greece! The wreck of the Ida is down on the beach below the café. The wreck isn’t always visible as she is usually buried in the sand on the beach. She is said to have been “driven ashore about 100 yards... Read more

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Aug 27

August 27, 2015

The swimming baths at the Victoria Pier, Victor Harbor

In my recent article “My Love Of Jetties, Some Of My Jetty Work, Granite Island Jetties & A List Of S.A. Jetties Built During the 1800s Or Early 1900s” I wrote about the Granite Island Causeway and the Victoria Pier there at Victor Harbor. Some of those details included: “The August 2011 newsletter also included my article titled “My Recent... Read more

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Aug 12

August 12, 2015

Port Hughes Jetty 2013 - Steve Reynolds

MY LOVE OF JETTIES, SOME OF MY JETTY WORK , GRANITE ISLAND JETTIES & A LIST OF S.A. JETTIES BUILT DURING THE 1800s OR EARLY 1900s

I think that I first became fascinated with jetties when I first started scuba diving in January 1978 after visiting Port Hughes jetty. I did my first sea dive at Port Noarlunga jetty in February 1978. Although I had visited several piers whilst I was in England, it was mainly through diving in South Australia that my love of jetties... Read more

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