Low Head, Tasmania
|Elevation||28 m (92 ft)|
|LGA(s)||George Town Council|
Low Head is a small hamlet on a peninsula by the same name 5 km north-west of George Town, Tasmania, Australia. On the mouth of the Tamar River. It is known for its diving off the Low Head Pilots Station. The town has a lighthouse, a beach and a penguin colony. At the 2006 census, Low Head had a population of 474.
The area which is a suburb of George Town is popular during the summer time.
The first Low Head Post Office opened on 12 September 1887 and closed in 1894. The second office opened in 1900 and closed in 1988.
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