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Tasmanian Towns Past & Present

“To assist our interstate and overseas visitors a listing of Tasmanian Towns giving their current and also their colonial name”

Sorell Pittwater
New Norfolk Elizabeth Town
Bellerive Kangaroo Point
Longford Latour
Kempton Green Water Holes - Green Ponds
Richmond Coal River
Colebrook Jerusalem
Port Arthur Carnarvon
Evandale Morven - Gordon Plains
Avoca St. Paul's Plains
Rokeby Clarence Plains
Carrick Lyttleton
Bishopsbourne Little Hampton
Bridgewater Green Point
Glenorchy King George Plains - O'Briens Bridge
St. Leonard's Patterson's Plains
Gretna Stoney Hut Plains
Ranelagh Victoria
Nile Lymington
Burnie Emu Bay
Newnham Alanvale
Forth Hamilton on Forth
East Devonport Torquay
Wynyard Table Cape
Hadspen Reibey's Ford
Ulverstone Cotton - Leven
Cygnet Lovett
Dysart Shepton Montacute
Sprent Eden
Beaconsfield Cabbage Tree Hill - Brandy Creek
Lefroy Nine Mile Springs
Devonport Formby
Woodbridge Peppermint Bay
Geeveston Lightwood Bottom -Honeywood
Bothwell Fat Doe River - Clyde River
Ellendale Monto's Marsh
Derby Brothers Home Mine
Osterley Native Tier
Conara The Corners
Sandford Muddy Plains
Lower Marshes Glenexe - Poole's Marsh - Rose Hill
Mawbanna Black River - Pig and Whistle
Lindisfarne Beltana
Adventure Bay Cookville
Pawleena Cherry Tree Opening - Wattle Hill
Pioneer Bradshaw's Creek
Lenah Valley Kangaroo Valley
Lauderdale Ralph's Bay
Baden Rumney's Hut
Granton South Bridgewater
Lachlan Brushy Bottom
Magra Back River
Buckland Prosser Plains





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