- Devonport, Tasmania - Wikipedia
Devonport is a city in northern Tasmania, Australia It is situated at the mouth of the Mersey River Devonport had an urban population of 23,046 at the 2016 Australian census When counting the larger urban area, including Latrobe, the population total was 30,297 at June 2018 The area has grown at an average annual rate of 0 17% year-on-year over the preceding five years
- Devonport - Accommodation Things To Do | Discover Tasmania
Devonport also has plenty of places to stay, making it a great base to explore the many treasures of the region Devonport is a 1-hr drive (98 km) west of Launceston Local tips Visit the Devonport Regional Art Gallery with its collection of fine and decorative art and craft, with a predominant interest in 20th century glass, ceramics and
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- Where to eat, drink and see the Prada Cup in Devonport . . .
The Prada Cup has begun, and throughout the summer, Maungauika North Head in Devonport will be one of the best spots to catch the boat races Get out on the water yourself by catching the ferry
- Driving in Tasmania | Travel Information | Discover Tasmania
Devonport 99 1 hr 15 min Hobart (via Midlands Hwy) 198 2 hrs 20 min Queenstown (via Sheffield) 251 3 hrs 30 min St Helens (via Scottsdale) 163 2 hrs 20 min Strahan (via Cradle Mountain) 298 3 hrs 55 min
- Future of eyesore playground Devonport calls The Cage is . . .
Why not join our Devonport News group for all the latest Met Office weather warning for rain extended by 24 hours in Devon and Cornwall Police say do not travel outside your village for
- East Devonport FC has sent out an urgent call for players . . .
East Devonport, which played its first game in 1901, is struggling to get enough players to field three teams 120 years later Club spokesman John Febey said the Swans, coached by former Sandy Bay