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Navy sub spotted in Coast waters returning from exercises

Facebook: Steele the Moment Photography

LATEST: A Submarine spotted off Kings Beach, Caloundra on Tuesday morning was returning to Brisbane after exercises further north. 

The Collins Class submarine HMAS Waller was seen heading south about 8.15am on Tuesday, 7 News reports.

Steele The Moment Photography captured this photograph of the submarine heading past Kings Beach, Caloundra, and later posted another photo to this Facebook page of a navy ship. 

Locals on Facebook said they had caught a glimpse as the submarine slipped by, before it was spotted further south at Tangalooma. 


EARLIER: A SUBMARINE heading south past the Sunshine Coast turned heads. 

Steele The Moment Photography captured this photograph of the submarine heading past Kings Beach, Caloundra, and later posted another photo to this Facebook page of a navy ship. 

Locals on Facebook said they had caught a glimpse as the submarine slipped by, before it was spotted further south at Tangalooma. 

Jacqueline Blow was at the dog beach when she spotted the vessel.

"We saw something, but assumed it was a coast guard boat," she said.

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