Australian United Steam Navigation Company
|Predecessor||Australasian Steam Navigation Company and the Queensland Steam Shipping Company|
The Australian United Steam Navigation Company (AUSNC) was an Australian shipping company from 1887 to 1961. It was formed by the merger of the Australasian Steam Navigation Company and the Queensland Steam Shipping Company and their fleets in 1887.
The ships operated by the company included Bingera, which operated the mail service between Brisbane, Gladstone and Townsville. She was partly scrapped in 1926 and abandoned on Bishop Island at the mouth of the Brisbane River.
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