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Ty The Tasmanian Tiger LP - Ship Rex - Shipwreck & Nest Egg Walkthrough

Ty the Tasmanian tiger lp Easy way to complete egg challenges walkthrough.

SS Lake Illawarra shipwreck

Navy divers take a look at the Lake Illawarra, which brought down the Tasman Bridge in 1975 in the Derwent River, Hobart Tasmania.. Footage Courtesy Australi...

Scapa Flow WWI German ship wrecks, Orkney Islands, Scotland

Scapa Flow, a huge natural harbour in the Orkney Islands, Scotland, is the resting place of the remaining wrecks of the ships the WWI German High Seas Fleet,...

Spearfishing at the Shipwreck

Dakoda and Matt spearfishing at the Dread shipwreck in Tasmania! Like and Subscribe!

Flinders Island Sea kayaking, Tasmania

Video clips of a sea kayaking trip in the Furneaux Islands of Tasmania. Storms, ship wrecks and glorious scenery.

Cray Diving Tasmania's North Coast

A compilation after a 3hr dive at Eddystone point Tasmania. All captured with a HD Contour Roam camera.

Tasmania cray dive

Maria Island.

Cornelian Bay boatshed fire

These historic boatsheds were built in the 1870s Historic boatshed burns down Source: 7pm TV News TAS Monday, December 28, 2009.

Shipwrecks (excerpt) Live at the Hideout

Spearfishing Luderick

Short clip of whats to come of me spearfishing Luderick from a shipwreck in Tasmania.

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