|Port of registry Australia|
Laid down 1910
Length 107 m
Tonnage 1.854 million kg
|Builder W. Gray Co Ltd.|
Fate Aground 1937
Construction started 1910
|Owner Australian Steamships Company|
Identification Official number 128911
SS Saros was a 2044-ton steamship which was wrecked at Point Hicks, in what is now Croajingolong National Park. Helmed by a Captain Aitken, it left Geelong bound for Sydney on 23 December 1937, but ran aground in heavy fog. All crew on board were rescued after a distress signal brought assistance from other ships.
Remnants from the wreckage are still visible to walkers in the area.