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Tasmania

Tasmania Geography Statistics of

  • Coastline: 3,033 miles (4,882 km)
  • Land Area:
    (land) 26,410 sq miles (68,401 sq km)
    (water) 8,632 sq miles (22,357 sq km)
    (TOTAL) 35,042 sq miles (90,758 sq km)

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  • Land Area: (all countries)
  • Land Divisions: There are 20 land districts in Tasmania. They are Arthur, Buckingham, Cornwall, Cumberland, Devon, Dorset, Flinders, Franklin, Glamorgan, Kent, King, Lincoln, Monmouth, Montagu, Montgomery, Pembroke, Russell, Somerset, Wellington, and Westmoreland.
  • Horizontal Width: 185.59 miles (298.68 km) from Temma east to St. Helens
  • Vertical Length: 138.21 miles (222.43 km) from George Town south to Cockle Creek

    Note: Lengths and widths are point-to-point, straight-line measurements from a Mercator map projection, and will vary some using other map projections

  • Bordering Countries: (0)
  • Geographic Center: About 8.74 miles (14.06 km) south of Miena
  • Highest Point: Mount Ossa 5,305 ft. (1,617 m)
  • Lowest Point: Indian Ocean 0 m
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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.