ECHUNGA ECHUNGA Modify Page Content Ship Details Rig Screw Steamer, 517 nhp. Built 1922 Built In Maryborough Tonnage 3,362g 1,924n Built By Walkers Ltd. Dimensions 332.5 x 47.9 x 23.5 Demise Interstate Steamships Ltd., reg. Sydney. VoyagesView Full List 1950 ➜ 10 April 1950 ECHUNGA Newcastle, NSW Port Lincoln 1935 ➜ 10 August 1935 ECHUNGA Newcastle, NSW Port Adelaide Media ECHUNGA Upload Media Comment My 2 x great-grandmother, Marianne Cuskelly (not verified) on Sun, 2018-08-12 14:24 My 2 x great-grandmother, Catherine Fogarty, is believed to have travelled on this vessel in about 1857. reply And my great great Barbara Hall (not verified) on Sun, 2019-04-07 15:08 And my great great grandmother Mary-Anne Reauney (later Rathgeber) from Manchester was a passenger, disembarked at Geelong 19 August 1857. I would love to find any shipboard diaries from this voyage! reply My father, William David Elizabeth Malcolm (not verified) on Sun, 2021-03-21 15:30 My father, William David Johnston (1909-85), served as radio operator on SS Echunga from December 1935 to December 1941. I have photographs of the ship, some of the crew and my father's radio equipment. reply Your Stories Your name * E-mail * Post your story * Submit Leave this field blank Share this Page Share this ship with your friends and followers online.