SS Wollongbar (1922)
|Owner:||North Coast Steam Navigation Company|
|Builder:||Lithgows, Port Glasgow|
|Fate:||Torpedoed and sunk on 29 April 1943|
|Displacement:||2,240 gross tons|
|Length:||285.1 ft (86.9 m)|
|Beam:||42.1 ft (12.8 m)|
|Draught:||23.9 ft (7.3 m)|
|Propulsion:||Triple expansion engine|
|Speed:||20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph)|
Wollongbar was a 2,239-ton passenger steamship built by the Lithgows, Port Glasgow in 1922 for the North Coast Steam Navigation Company, as a replacement for SS Wollongbar (1911) which was wrecked in 1921.
She was torpedoed by the Imperial Japanese Navy submarine I-180 off Crescent Head, New South Wales while in a convoy on 29 April 1943. When she sank, thirty two crew members died and five of her crew waited until they were rescued.