Julia Wheeler, 32, from Perth, Australia, is well known on social media for her incredible snaps and her stunning looks.
But the underwater photographer has taken things one step further this time and found her own shipwreck.
Incredible footage shows the abandoned vessel not far from the mainland.
And it is reported to be located in the Great Barrier Reef – the worlds largest coral reef system, spanning for more than 2,900 kilometres (1.800 miles) off the coast of Queensland, Australia.
STUNNER: Julia explored the ocean
Julia uploaded the video to her 82,000 followers on Instagram.
And they were quick to respond.
One comment read: “Wow that looks amazing, Id love to go there.”
And another added: “I am desperate to visit that spot.”
Forgotten shipwrecks of the Atlantic
These are the forgotten shipwrecks of the Atlantic Ocean dating back to the First World War. The liners were sunk by torpedoes and mines and now lie on the seabed, just off the Irish coast. Among the wrecks are merchant vessels, submarines and ocean liners, with HMS Audacious being the oldest ruinCaters News Agency Among the wrecks are merchant vessels, submarines and ocean liners, with HMS Audacious being the oldest ruin
Julia has previously made headlines after she was dubbed the “real life mermaid” for her diving habits and ability to hold her breath for four-and-a-half minutes.
She said: ”When I was really young I loved holding my breath in the bath, at school I loved swimming and living on the coast I was always in the ocean.
“I grew up watching Ariel and always wanted to be a mermaid, it's a cheesy notion but it captured my imagination and I spent a lot of time in the water.”