ETHEL... The Ethel wreck on Ethel Beach, Innes National Park, has been completely exposed for the first time since 2015. ETHEL... The Ethel wreck on Ethel Beach, Innes National Park, has been completely exposed for the first time since 2015.

Wreck of the Ethel shows her bones

THE wreck of the Ethel, which normally lies buried in the sand on the Innes National Park beach bearing its name, has been fully revealed for the first time since storms stripped the sand away in 2015.

The Ethel, a Norwegian three-masted iron barque, ran aground in 1904 while sailing from Adelaide to South Africa.

One man drowned in the rough seas attempting to reach the shore using a line.

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