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Renison Bell TAS

Renison Bell

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

Renison Bell is a small rural locality in the West Coast region of Tasmania

Renison Bell is now nothing more than a few derelict buildings, an interesting historic walk and the fans which provide air to the underground mine which operates a few kilometres away towards Rosebery. It was a tin mining centre and was named after George Renison Bell, an early prospector and settler who explored the Tasmanian west coast and discovered a number of mineral deposits.

Renison Bell at a glance

Here’s some location info about Renison Bell

Postcode 7469
Latitude -41.8047951
Longitude 145.0414463
Altitude (metres above sea level)

Population of Renison Bell TAS

At the 2021 national census, the population of 7469 (Including Renison Bell) was 772 people. Out of those, 397 were male and 378 were female.

100 () of those people were born outside Australia, and the remaining 592 people were born in Australia. 51 (6.61%) of these people are Indigenous Australians.

Map of Renison Bell

Here is a map of Renison Bell, Tasmania and surrounds.

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