Mount Sedgwick (Tasmania)
Mt. Sedgwick SW aspect from Lake Margaret road
|Location||West Coast, Tasmania|
|Range||West Coast Range|
|Easiest route||from Lake Margaret Power Station|
Mount Sedgwick is a mountain in the West Coast Range, West Coast Tasmania. It lies in line behind Mount Lyell in views from high points in Queenstown and from the roads leading out to Strahan and Zeehan. Bands of the pink and grey coloured conglomerate show strikingly on its south west slopes. Its western and south western slopes are significantly more precipitous and rocky, compared to the once heavily forested southern and south eastern slopes.
The top of Mount Sedgwick is columnar jointed Jurassic Dolerite interpreted as a remnant of a dolerite sheet (The lack of a strong magnetic signature suggests it is not a plug) that intrudes Permian tillite, which is exposed on the South East flank of the Mountain. 
Mount Sedgwick is effectively the source of the Lake Margaret water - with smaller named lakes above Lake Margaret as feeders.
- http://www.mrt.tas.gov.au/mrtdoc/tasxplor/download/01_4558/1399_200104_02_MainReport.pdf see also Edwards, AB (1940), On a remnant of a stripped peneplain of Palaeozoic Age at Mount Sedgwick in western Tasmania, retrieved 9 June 2012
- Blainey, Geoffrey (2000). The Peaks of Lyell (6th ed. ed.). Hobart: St. David's Park Publishing. ISBN 0-7246-2265-9.
- Whitham, Charles (2003). Western Tasmania - A land of riches and beauty (Reprint 2003 ed.). Queenstown: Municipality of Queenstown.
- 2003 edition - Queenstown: Municipality of Queenstown.
- 1949 edition - Hobart: Davies Brothers. OCLC 48825404; ASIN B000FMPZ80
- 1924 edition - Queenstown: Mount Lyell Tourist Association. OCLC 35070001; ASIN B0008BM4XC
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