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The recreation use and potential of south west Tasmania / Peter Waterman and Rob Wall
Bib ID 1819067
Format BookBook
Author
Waterman, Peter, 1941-
 
Description Sandy Bay, Tas. : Steering Committee, South West Tasmania Resources Survey, 1981 
[4], 83, [85] p. : ill., maps (some col.) ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0724610049
Series

Working paper (South West Tasmania Resources Survey) ; no. 8.

Notes

Spiral binding.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Wilderness. Recreational use. South-west Tasmania  |  Wilderness areas -- Tasmania -- Recreational use.  |  Outdoor recreation -- Tasmania.
Other authors/contributors Wall, Rob  |  South West Tasmania Resources Survey

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