Little Swanport River
|Source||Mount Burrows (Tasmania)|
|⁃ location||below Inglewood Hill|
|⁃ coordinates||42°19′46″S 147°29′54″E|
|⁃ elevation||522 m (1,713 ft)|
|0 m (0 ft)|
|Length||62 km (39 mi)|
Course and features
The Little Swanport River forms a key part of the within Little Swanport water catchment. It is here that the Little Swanport River meets the sea and land use is more diverse with large coastal grazing properties, residential/holiday settlements, tourist accommodation, and olive and oyster farming enterprises. The mouth of the Little Swanport River (estuary) is a popular spot for recreational fishing and other seaside holiday activities. It supports several successful oyster farming enterprises.
The river forms the most northern border of the Pembroke Land District.
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