South Coast Tasmania


South Coast Tasmania

South Coast TasmaniaIs a term used in Tasmania - which is sometimes conflated with the South West Tasmania wilderness region.

South East Cape is commonly used as a reference point of the eastern limit, and South West Cape the western end.

ee also

*South Coast and Port Davey Tracks

External link

* [http://protocat.nla.gov.au/Search/Home?lookfor=south+coast+tasmania&type=all&filter%5B%5D=&submit=Find Usage of location name for photographs of coastal features]

Further reading

* Gee, H and Fenton, J. (Eds) (1978) "The South West Book - A Tasmanian Wilderness" Melbourne, Australian Conservation Foundation. ISBN 0-85802-054-8
* Lines, William J. "Patriots : defending Australia's natural heritage" St. Lucia, Qld. : University of Queensland Press, 2006. ISBN 0-70223-554-7
* Neilson, D. (1975) "South West Tasmania - A land of the Wild". Adelaide. Rigby. ISBN 0-85179-874-8

Map

* (1997) "South coast walks [cartographic material] : track coverage Moonlight Ridge Wilson Bight, Scotts Peak - Melaleuca - Cockle Creek [Tasmania] " Land Information Services, Department of Environment and Land Management, in co-operation with Parks and Wildlife Service" Hobart : The Department. (Maps show walking tracks in Southwest National Park, and environs. Relief shown by contours, hill shading and spot heights. Includes track descriptions and tourist information. Panel title. Includes locality map indexing 1:100 000 and 1:25 000 topographic map sheets).


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