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Dicky Beach shipwreck in heatwave
Australia

Dicky Beach named after the ship wreck SS Dicky.

One of only two beaches in the world named after a shipwreck.

The iron remains of the ship are visible in the foreground. Taken on a hot Sunday.

On the Sunshine Coast of Queensland on the Pacific Ocean.

Copyright: Rich powell
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