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The Fossey River in northwest Tasmania starts near Knole Plain at an elevation of 649m and ends at an elevation of 610m merging with the Hellyer River.
The Fossey River drops around 39m over its 17.7km length.
The Westwing Creek flows into the Fossey River.
The Fossey River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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