|Population||2,467 (2016 census)|
Dodges Ferry is a small town on the eastern side of the entrance to Pittwater in south eastern Tasmania, Australia. It was named after Ralph Dodge (1791-1871) who operated a ferry service across Pittwater from the 1820s. It is now a popular tourist locale. At the 2016 census, Dodges Ferry had a population of 2,467.
Dodges Ferry Post Office opened on 1 February 1957.
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