Forth River, Australia
- Cethana Power Station (impounding Lake Cethana);
- Devils Gate Power Station (impounding Lake Barrington); and
- Paloona Power Station (impounding Lake Paloona.)
The upper part of the river catchment area is also known as the Forth River High Country and contains the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park  with the source of the river being on the southern slopes of Mount Pelion West.
The catchment for the river is 1126 km2.
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- Haygarth, Nick (1998) A View to Cradle: A History of Tasmania's Forth River High Country ISBN 0-646-34293-2
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