Lady Barron, Tasmania
|Population||158 (2016 census)|
The town has a small airport and a ferry terminal for the Bridport to Flinders Island ferry service. It appears to have been named for Clara, wife of Major General Sir Harry Barron, who was Governor of Tasmania from 1909 to 1913. The Barrons married in 1877 and had a daughter.
In the 2006 census, Lady Barron recorded a population of 264 people.
Facilities include a post office/general store, a hotel/tavern and a church
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