Four 19th-century shipwrecks have been discovered off Queensland’s coast.
Archaeologists from the Australian National Maritime Museum found the shipwrecks during a week-long expedition of the Coral Sea.
— Nat. Maritime Museum (@ANMMuseum) January 23, 2017
They had been searching for the remains of eight ships known to have sunk at Kenn Reef, more than 500km off the mainland, during the mid-1800s.