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Plenty, Tasmania

Plenty, Tasmania Plenty is a small locality and the name of a tributary river on the south side of the River Derwent in the Derwent Valley in Tasmania. It is on the main road between New Norfolk and Bushy Park.

At the, Plenty had a population of 164.Formerly the location of hop growing, and fishing for salmon trout (brown trout), it is now notable for the Salmon Ponds (the original 1864 Plenty river fish hatchery) and the Tasmanian Museum of Trout Fishing.HistoryRiver Plenty Post Office opened on 27 March 1869, was renamed Plenty in 1895 and closed in 1956. The town is notable as it was the location of t

At the, Plenty had a population of 164.Formerly the location of hop growing, and fishing for salmon trout (brown trout), it is now notable for the Salmon Ponds (the original 1864 Plenty river fish hatchery) and the Tasmanian Museum of Trout Fishing.HistoryRiver Plenty Post Office opened on 27 March 1869, was renamed Plenty in 1895 and closed in 1956. The town is notable as it was the location of t

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Glenora Rd
Plenty, TAS
7140

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