One of the best wreck dives sank in 1911 off the coast of Queensland, Australia due to a vicious cyclone that claimed the lives of all 122 men on aboard. Because this 110-meter ship has spent over a century underwater, it teems with amazing marine life that’s typically not easy to find all in one place. Lucky divers can see manta rays, sea snakes, octopus, groupers, barracuda, turtles, several shark species including bull and tiger sharks, large schools of fish, and lots of healthy corals. The wreck sits at a maximum depth of 28-meters, making it an exciting site for experienced divers. Fun fact: Yongala is protected under the Historic Shipwreck Act, which means penetrating the wreck is forbidden.
3. SS President Coolidge, Vanuatu