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Scotts Peak Dam Road

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Scotts Peak Dam Road

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A view from the Scotts Peak Dam Road looking across the Southwest National Park
General information
TypeRoad
Length47 km (29 mi)
Route number(s) C607
Major junctions
North end Gordon River Road
Frodshams Pass
 Edgar Dam
South endScotts Peak Dam; Huon River; Huon Campground
Location(s)
RegionSouth West Tasmania

The Scotts Peak Dam Road is the most southerly point of road access into the south western region of Tasmania, Australia.

The road was built by the Hydro-Electricity Commission of Tasmania with funding from the Australian Government to facilitate the construction of dams for the flooding of Lake Pedder.[1][2] It was an unsealed road built to connect between the dam works and the Gordon River Road. The 47-kilometre (29 mi) road leaves the Gordon River Road at Frodshams Pass and heads south and provides access to Edgar Dam and the Scotts Peak Dam across the Huon River. The road terminates at the Huon Campground, an access point for the Frankland Range and the South Coast region of the South West Wilderness.[3]

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References

  1. ^ Tasmania. Hydro-Electric Commission. Survey Section (1981). Map of Lake Gordon and Lake Pedder (4th ed.). Hydro-Electric Commission. Retrieved 10 December 2013.
  2. ^ Felton, Heather; Hydro Tasmania (2008). Ticklebelly tales and other stories from the people of the Hydro. Hydro Tasmania. pp. 445–44. ISBN 978-0-646-47724-4.
  3. ^ "Visiting – Southwest National Park". Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service. Department of Environment, Parks, Heritage and the Arts, Tasmanian Government. June 2009. pp. 1–4. Retrieved 11 July 2015.


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