South Esk River

The South Esk River, the longest river in , is a major perennial river located in the northern region of Tasmania, Australia. South Esk River has an elevation of 25 metres. South Esk River is situated nearby to , close to .

Notable Places in the Area

King's Bridge is a wrought-iron bridge crossing the South Esk River at the mouth of the in , . is situated 230 metres northeast of South Esk River. Photo: Jorge Láscar, CC BY 2.0.

The is a museum located in , , . is situated 1 km northeast of South Esk River. Photo: Kspilling, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The is a Catholic church in , belonging to the Archdiocese of Hobart. is situated 740 metres east of South Esk River. Photo: Peripitus, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a park in , Australia. is situated 1¼ km east of South Esk River. Photo: Wriekhathaar, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

is a well-established suburb only minutes from the CBD and with some beautiful views over central Launceston.

is a suburb of , in the north of , .

is the second largest city in and is in the north of the state on the Tamar River. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

South Esk River

-41.4417° or 41° 26' 30" south
147.125° or 147° 7' 30" east
25 metres (82 feet)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Cebuano: South Esk River
  • Chinese: 南艾斯克河
  • Dutch: South Esk River
  • Egyptian Arabic: نهر سوث اسك
  • French: South Esk River
  • Georgian: საუთ-ესკი
  • German: South Esk River
  • Mingrelian: საუთ-ესკი
  • Polish: South Esk
  • Russian: Саут-Эск
  • Russian: Саут Эск
  • Russian: Южный Эск
  • Swedish: South Esk River
  • Welsh: Afon South Esk

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