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Anderson Inlet
Victoria

The coastal town of Inverloch approx. 140 kilometres south-east of Melbourne, lies at the mouth of Anderson Inlet and has a population of about 4,000. Anderson Inlet is a large shallow estuary where Tarwin River enters Bass Strait.

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