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  1. The River Derwent is a river located in Tasmania, Australia.It is also known by the palawa kani name timtumili minanya. The river rises in the state's Central Highlands at Lake St Clair, and descends more than 700 metres (2,300 ft) over a distance of more than 200 kilometres (120 mi), flowing through Hobart, the state's capital city, before emptying into Storm Bay and flowing into the Tasman Sea.

    River Derwent (Tasmania) - Wikipedia

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  2. River Derwent (Tasmania) - Wikipedia

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    The River Derwent is a river located in Tasmania, Australia.It is also known by the palawa kani name timtumili minanya. The river rises in the state's Central Highlands at Lake St Clair, and descends more than 700 metres (2,300 ft) over a distance of more than 200 kilometres (120 mi), flowing through Hobart, the state's capital city, before emptying into Storm Bay and flowing into the Tasman Sea.

  3. River Derwent - Must See Attractions & Things To Do

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    River Derwent flows more than 200 kilometers and drops more than 700 meters from its origin in the national park. It is formed by the collision of the Narcissus and Cuvier Rivers at Lake St. Clair and flows with the power of 50 to 140 m³ per second.

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  6. Derwent River Historic Harbour Cruise From Hobart 2021

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    Hobart Historic Cruises organises and operates the Derwent River harbour cruise tour, providing quality service to both global tourism and participating delegates. We have highly experienced crew members and also provide a boat charter service on our vessel ‘Spirit of Hobart’. The company, which has been running the Derwent River harbour cruise tour for more than 30 years, has an excellent ...

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  7. Hobart Historic Cruises TAS | Travel

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    Hobart Historic Cruises organises and operates the Derwent River harbour cruise tour, providing quality service to both global tourism and participating delegates. We have highly experienced crew memb

  8. Tasman Bridge disaster - Wikipedia

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    The Tasman Bridge disaster occurred on the evening of 5 January 1975, in Hobart, the capital city of Australia's island state of Tasmania, when a bulk ore carrier travelling up the Derwent River collided with several pylons of the Tasman Bridge, causing a large section of the bridge deck to collapse onto the ship and into the river below.

    • 5 January 1975
  9. Derwent Valley Day Drive | Tasmania Travel Guide

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    • New Norfolk. New Norfolk is an historic village, claiming Tasmania’s oldest Anglican Church (St. Matthews) and also the Bush Inn Hotel, The hotel claims to be Australia’s oldest hotel serving in the same building.
    • The Salmon Ponds. Situated about midway between New Norfolk and Bushy Park on the B62 road, the Salmon Ponds is the site of the first introduction of trout into Australia in 1864.
    • Russell Falls – Mt Field National Park. The Visitor Centre at the gates of the park is excellent, and there are barbecue and picnic facilities for public use.
    • Lake Dobson – Mt. Field National Park. For some excellent alpine walking, drive up the Lake Dobson Road. There are wonderful walks in the area at the end of the road, from the Lake Dobson circuit walk to the longer trek to Tarn Shelf.
  10. Bedlam Walls | Walking the Derwent River

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    This entry was posted in Derwent River, Hobart, Mount Wellington, Tasmania, Walking and tagged Bedlam Walls, Berriedale, Bridgewater, City of Glenorchy, City of Hobart, Clydesdale horses, Cornelian Bay, GASP, Glenorchy Arts and Sculpture Park, Greater Hobart Area, Hobart, Hunter St, Kingston, Lake St Clair, Lutana, MONA, Rosetta Cottage ...

  11. Royal Hobart Regatta, Hobart, Tasmania

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    Trans Derwent Swim Conditions of entry Click here . Previous years' photos. The Trans Derwent Swim is one of the longest running Royal Hobart Regatta events. Competitors swim the span of the Derwent River from Montagu Bay on the Eastern Shore to the Regatta Jetties on the Western Shore.

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