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Austins Ferry, Tasmania
Panoramic view of a portion of Austins Ferry, Tasmania, a suburb of the capital Hobart, with the River Derwent behind it. Austins Ferry is named after James Austin, who along with his cousin John Earl, established a ferry service across the river and later a punt which proved very conveniently located for vehicular traffic travelling between Hobart and regions to the north.Photo credit: Noodle snacks

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