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The Blackwall Reach Barge is located under the cliffs at Blackwall Reach south of Point Preston in the Swan River. www.divingwawrecks.com/black-wall-reach The largest and most intact wreck in the river the Blackwall Reach Barge is one of the very few sites where the origin of the wreck is known. The barge was sunk in 1967 after permission was sought by The Goldfields Metal Mining Company to sink the barge in the deep water off Blackwall Reach. Sitting upright at 14 metres it is the most accessible and interesting site in the area, it can be a great place to find seahorses and is usually abundant with marine life.