The Annie M Miller is a
popular shipwreck dive in Sydney. A steel screw steamer
built by Clyde Engineering at Glasgow, United Kingdom in
1928, the vessel had a length of 49 metres and tonnage of
706 tons gross. Powered by a triple expansion engine, it
operated as a collier when lost on 8 February 1929. Under
command of Captain Billings, and owned at the time by Robert
Miller, the vessel capsized in a gale two miles south east
of South Head, Sydney. Six crew drowned in the tragedy after
the vessel departed the Bulli Jetty for Sydney, although an
immediate sea rescue involving the Captain Cook and Corrimal
steamers, was successful in recovering a number of the crew.
The remains lie in a depth of 43 metres on sand abreast of
Rosa Gulley. The remains have substantially collapsed.
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