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Dodges Ferry is a town in the local government area of Sorell, Tasmania, Australia located 38kms (23.5 mi) east of the town of Hobart.
Located on the eastern side of the entrance to Pittwater estuary it was named after Ralph Dodge (1791-1871) who operated a ferry service across Pittwater from the 1820s.
Dodges Ferry has long been a popular holiday area for Tasmanians with a focus on water activities. With its reputation for beautiful beaches (Frederick Henry Bay,Tiger Head Beach, Red Ochre Beach, Carlton Beach, Okines Beach), safe swimming areas, fishing, boating and a popular surf beach Park beach, people flock to the area on warmer days.
Since the 1960's Dodges Ferry has had a steady influx of permanent residents, changing from a holiday shack town to a residential town with newer facilities. At the 2016 census, Dodges Ferry had a population of 2,467.
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