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Physical Map of Tasmania. It shows the physical features of Tasmania, including mountain ranges, important rivers, and major lakes. indian ocean large tasmania map worldatlas.com

Covering a land area of 68,401 sq. km, the island state of Tasmania is Australia’s smallest state that is located off the southern coast of Australia. As observed on the map, Tasmania is the most mountainous state in Australia. The central and western parts of the island state are dominated by the Central Highlands. Mount Ossa, which rises to an elevation of 1,617m is the highest point in Tasmania. The central-eastern parts of the island state are occupied by the flat Midlands. Most parts of Tasmania are covered by dense forests and the Southwest National Park supports some of the Southern Hemisphere’s remaining temperate rainforests. With an area of 3,800sq.km, Tarkine which is located in the island’s extreme northwestern part hosts Australia’s largest temperate rainforest. Due to the island’s rugged topography, there are many rivers in Tasmania such as the Derwent, South Esk, etc. Some of the notable lakes in Tasmania include Great Lake, Gordon Lake, and Pedder Lake. The lowest point in Tasmania is the Indian Ocean (0m).

Counties Map

The Island State of Tasmania is administratively divided into a total of 29 administrative districts or Local government areas. In alphabetical order, these local government areas are Break O’Day, Brighton, Burnie, Central Coast, Central Highlands, Circular Head, Clarence, Derwent Valley, Devonport, Dorset, Flinders, George Town, Glamorgan-Spring Bay, Glenorchy, Hobart, Huon Valley, Kentish, King Island, Kingborough, Latrobe, Launceston, Meander Valley, Northern Midlands, Sorell, Southern Midlands, Tasman, Waratah-Wynyard, West Coast and West Tamar.

Covering a total area of 90,758 sq. km, the island state of Tasmania includes the principal island of Tasmania and over 334 small islands. The principal Tasmania island covers an area of 64,519 sq. km and is the world’s 26th largest island. Located in the southeastern edge of the main island on the Derwent River estuary is Hobart – the capital, the largest and the most populous city of Tasmania. Hobart also serves as the major seaport of Tasmania.

Where is Tasmania?

Map showing location of Tasmania in the world. western australia northern territory queensland south australia new south wales capital territory victoria tasmania indian ocean pacific ocean papua new guinea indonesia east timor indian ocean worldatlas.com

Tasmania is an island state located off the southern coast of Australia. It is geographically positioned both the Southern and Eastern hemispheres of the Earth. Tasmania is bordered by the Indian Ocean in the west, and by the Tasman Sea in the east. In the north, the shallow Bass Strait separates Tasmania from the Australian mainland.

Regional Maps: Map of Oceania

Outline Map of Tasmania

The above blank map represents Tasmania, an island state located off the southern coast of Australia. The above map can be downloaded, printed, and used for geography education purposes like map-pointing and coloring activities.

The above outline map represents Tasmania, an island state located off the southern coast of Australia.

Key Facts

Legal Name State of Tasmania
ISO 3166 Code US-AU_TS
Capital City Hobart

This page was last updated on May 12, 2021

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