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Denison Canal, Dunalley

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#79 of 94 in Nature in Tasmania
Water Body · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Denison Canal is a man-made canal located at Dunalley in southern Tasmania, Australia. The canal opened for use in 1905 and draws its name from former Governor William Denison. The canal was built to shorten the fishing and trade routes between the east coast and Hobart.

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  • Lots of interesting stories about the various keepers/openers of the canal. Currently used by some of the locals and the small Sydne-Hobart boats as a shortcut back north after the race..we were told....  more »
  • Sometime life surprised us in expected way. We were heading back to Hobart from Port Arthur and needed to take a short stop at this place. And to our surprise, the place so postcard...  more »

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