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Port Latta TAS

Port Latta

Located in the West Coast area of Tasmania, Port Latta is in the West Coast local government area, and within the electoral seat of Braddon.

Port Latta is a small town in Circular Head, situated in North West Tasmania.

The town is known for mine processing plants and a port used to export iron ore from the Savage River mine.

Port Latta, TAS is 382 kilometres from the capital city of Hobart and can be reached within four and a half hours of travel time via National Highway 1.

Port Latta at a glance

Here’s some location info about Port Latta…

Postcode 7321
Latitude -40.8620339
Longitude 145.3269583
Altitude (metres above sea level)

Population of Port Latta TAS

At the 2021 national census, the population of 7321 (Including Port Latta) was 4968 people. Out of those, 2535 were male and 2431 were female.

481 (9.68%) of those people were born outside Australia, and the remaining 4106 people were born in Australia. 409 (8.23%) of these people are Indigenous Australians.

Map of Port Latta

Here is a map of Port Latta, Tasmania and surrounds.

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