From Our Contribution
|Builder/Built||1926 Harland & Wolff, Glasgow|
|Type||General cargo and passenger ship|
Built for the Western Australian State Shipping Service used mainly for freight and passengers on the Western Australian cost. Following the clash between the German Kormoran and the HMAS Sydney, it was the Koolinda that recovered German sailors for a lifeboat and delivered them to Geraldton. In 1959 she was sold to Hong Kong for scrapping.