Stirling Castle

/stɜlɪŋ ˈkasəl/ (say sterling 'kahsuhl)

noun
the brig in which James and Eliza Fraser and crew were travelling from Sydney in 1836 and which struck the Swain Reefs off the Qld coast.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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