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Strathgordon, Tasmania

Summary
Strathgordon is a rural locality in the local government area (LGA) of Derwent Valley in the South-east LGA region of Tasmania. The locality is about west of the town of New Norfolk. The 2016 census recorded a population of 15 for the state suburb of Southwest, which includes Strathgordon. It is on the road to the Gordon River dam the most south westerly road in the south west of Tasmania. It is a tourist destination for visitors wishing to visit the Southwest National Park and World Heritage listed wilderness. It is remote by Tasmanian standards; however, fuel can be purchased at the Lake Pedder Wilderness Lodge which also provides accommodation and meals. The nearest basic services, otherwise, are away along a winding road from Maydena. The road is maintained by Hydro Tasmania and has views of the South Western Wilderness. History Strathgordon was gazetted as a locality in 1968. The town was the 'company' town for construction by the Hydro Tasmani
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