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Flying boat in Roebuck Bay

Flying boat wrecks in Roebuck Bay at a extremely low tide either a Catalina or Dornier.

Flying boat motor

Flying boat motor encrusted with soft corals about 2kms from Broome Town Beach.

Flying boat wreck site

Broome Hovercraft visit the Flying boat wreck site in Roebuck bay on a low tide.

Last Broome jetty post

The last Jetty post from the old Broome jetty that was left there for prosperity, near the flying boat wreck site, where on March 3 1942 Japanese Zeros raided Broome and destroyed flying boat planes on Roebuck bay which where crowded with Dutch refugees from Java.

Tourists look at the Flying boat wrecks

Tourists inspect the flying boat wreck site in Roebuck Bay, Broome where on March 3, 1942 Japanese Zeros raided Broome and destroyed flying boat planes on Roebuck bay which where crowded with Dutch refugees from Java.

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