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The North Mole Barge is one of Perth’s most accessible shore wrecks of some historic significance. Often referred to as the ‘Gareenup Wreck’, when in actual fact the wreck still remains unidentified. Thought to have originally been destined for the Rottnest deep water graveyard it fell well short of its destination and was originally sunk 200 metres from its present day location. In 1988 due to expansion of the Fremantle port and with its popularity with local divers, the sunken barge was raised and finally laid to rest 180 metres north from the northern harbour sea wall.