Meander River (Tasmania)
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The Meander, flowing through the Deloraine Green.
|Origin||Great Western Tiers|
|Mouth||South Esk River at Hadspen|
|Length||112 kilometres (70 mi)|
|Source elevation||approximately 1,300 metres (4,300 ft)|
|Basin area||1,600 square kilometres (620 sq mi)|
|River system||South Esk|
|Right tributaries||Western Creek, Quamby Brook, Liffey River|
The damming of the river in 2007 created the artificial reservoir; Lake Huntsman. The Meander Hydro Dam provides both electricity and water to the region. The Meander Dam is the second dam on the Meander River.
- Department for Primary Industries, Water and Environment (May 2004). "Environmental management Goals for Tasmania Surface Waters; Meander River Catchment".
- von Stieglitz, K R (1946). Then and now in old Westbury; with notes on Exton, Hagley and Carrick. Launceston: Telegraph Printery. p. 5.
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