Lake Rosebery (Tasmania)

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Lake Rosebery
Lake Rosebery.jpg
A view of Lake Rosebery
Lake Rosebery is located in Tasmania
Lake Rosebery
Lake Rosebery
Location in Tasmania
Location West Coast, Tasmania, Australia
Coordinates 41°44′11″S 145°32′00″E / 41.73639°S 145.53333°E / -41.73639; 145.53333
Type Reservoir
Etymology Rosebery, Tasmania
Primary inflows
Primary outflows Pieman River
First flooded 1980 (1980)
Surface area 850 hectares (2,100 acres)[1]
Water volume 96,910 megalitres (3,422×10^6 cu ft)[2]
References [2]

Lake Rosebery is a man-made reservoir located in the West Coast region of Tasmania, Australia. The reservoir was formed by the damming of the Pieman River by the Bastyan Dam by Hydro Tasmania, near the village of Tullah. Feeder rivers include the dammed Mackintosh and Murchison rivers.

The diverted Emu Bay Railway line and the Wee Georgie Wood Railway line run close to the lake.

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  1. ^ "Map of Lake Rosebery, TAS". Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia. Retrieved 21 June 2016. 
  2. ^ a b "Register of Large Dams in Australia" (Excel (requires download)). Dams information. Australian National Committee on Large Dams. 2010. Retrieved 23 June 2015. 

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