Category:Huon River

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Deutsch: Der Huon River ist ein Fluss im Süden des australischen Bundesstaates Tasmanien. Er ist der viertlängste Fluss auf der Insel. (→Huon River)
English: The Huon River is the fourth largest river in Tasmania, Australia. It is 170 km in length, and runs through the fertile Huon Valley. From Scotts Peak Dam at Lake Pedder where it begins, it flows south-east to the Tahune Airwalk, where the Picton River joins, before heading through the rural township of Glen Huon where, just to the south, flows down rapids to merge with the sea water and become tidal. From there it then travels through Huonville, Franklin, and Cygnet (Port Cygnet). When the river meets the Tasman Sea near Surveyors Bay, it is more than . (→Huon River)
Français : Le Huon est un fleuve et le 4 cours d'eau de Tasmanie (Australie). (→Huon (fleuve))
Polski: Huon (ang. Huon River)- rzeka na Tasmanii, o długości 169 km. Przepływa przez samorząd terytorialny Huon Valley Council (południowa Tasmania). Huon rozpoczyna swój bieg od Jeziora Pedder i wpada do Morza Tasmana w pobliżu Zatoki Surveyor. (→Huon)
Русский: Хьюон — река в южной части Тасмании (Австралия). Общая длина реки составляет 169 км — она является пятой по длине рекой Тасмании, вслед за реками Саут-Эск (или Южный Эск — South Esk River, 252 км), Деруэнт (Derwent River, 215 км), Артур (Arthur River, 189 км) и Гордон (Gordon River, 186 км). (→Хьюон (река))
Huon River 
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river in Tasmania, Australia
Instance of river
Named after
  • Jean-Michel Huon de Kermadec
Location Tasmania, Australia
  • 169 kilometre
Mouth of the watercourse
  • Tasman Sea
  • Anne River
  • Weld River
  • Little Denison River
  • Russell River
  • Mountain River
  • Cracroft River
  • Picton River
  • Arve River
Lakes on river
  • Lake Pedder
Authority control

43° 24′ 00″ S, 147° 04′ 48″ E

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