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It is recorded in the archives of the Hobart Nomenclature Board that Badger Head, on the West side of the Tamar River in Northern Tasmania, was named after Charlotte Badger, a woman convict who escaped from a cargo ship "The Venus", which was anchored at the entrance of Port Dalrymple in 1806.

Badger Head came into prominence in 1838 when a track through the Asbestos Range became the first outlet to the west from the river Tamar after the early settlement at York Town.

Memories of Badgers Head - Tamar Valley, Tasmania

  • Author: Joan Lyons
  • ISBN: 0 949457531
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $10.95


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