Bass Strait / ˈ b æ s / is a sea strait separating Tasmania from the Australian mainland, specifically the state of Victoria
Bass Strait, bass strait Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. channel separating Victoria, Australia, from the island of Tasmania on the south. Its maximum width is 150 ...
The Bass Strait Triangle is the waters that separate the states of Victoria and Tasmania, including Bass Strait, in south-eastern Australia. The term Bass Strait ...
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Bass Strait (băs) A channel between Tasmania and southeast Australia connecting the Indian Ocean with the Tasman Sea. Its discovery in 1798 by the British explorer ...
In 2014 and 2015, the Marlin B Platform Drilling Environment Plan and ten Bass Strait Production Environment Plans (West Tuna, Perch and Dolphin, Barracouta and ...
Bass Strait is a sea strait separating Tasmania from the south of the Australian mainland, specifically the state of Victoria. The strait was named after George Bass ...
Need a break from the rat race? If Tasmania has a slower pace than mainland Australia, on the islands of the Bass Strait you can drop back another couple of gears.
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Bass Strait , channel, 80 to 150 mi wide, between Tasmania and Victoria, SE Australia, connecting the Indian Ocean and Tasman Sea; Port