The San Miguel was a three-masted iron barque built at Birkenhead, England in 1864. The vessel measured 160.6 feet (49.2m) in length, 26.7 feet (8.1m) in breadth, 17 feet (5.2m) in depth and was of 535 registered gross tons.
A lot of steel frames lying east/west. The site consists of tangled and battered iron plates and frames from the vessel’s hull. Lying around and within the hull are located remains of some cargo and fittings, ceramic ware and bricks (still neatly stacked). There is a lot of material covered by the hull plating, rocks and weed. Rock and Sand http://www.environment.gov.au/shipwreck/public/wreck/wreck.do?key=5697