South West Tasmania
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South West Tasmania is a region in Tasmania that has evoked curiosity as to its resources over the duration of European presence on the island.
The more recent is the consideration as a potential area of resources for development and its consideration as World Heritage wilderness.
The most notable controversies occurring in the region in the late twentieth century was the flooding of Lake Pedder and the proposed damming of the Franklin River by the Franklin Dam.
Most early walks through the region were for discovery, or in the case of Thomas Bather Moore was to establish tracks for access.
In 1927, a walk through the area between Cox's Bight and Bathurst Harbour even included, the then governor of the state, Sir James O'Grady included in its intention, a search for geological information.
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