Monday, April 25, 2005
It’s 1982 and the idyllic little seaside village of Strahan in South Western Tasmania is the front line in a vigorous campaign to blockade the construction of the Franklin River dam. This ‘peaceful protest’ is turning decidedly hostile.
Tasmanian UNESCO World Heritage: Cruise Gordon River
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