Swashway

Swash´way`


n.1.Same as 4th Swash, 2.
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But a Mersey class lifeboat more suitable for the shallow conditions in the Swashway channel is replacing the Brummie-bought boat.
In Bass Strait - apart from Cave Bay Cave, Mallanargenna Cave and the Beeton Shelter, already discussed - the Swashway Saddle site on Erith Island in the Kent Group contains local calcrete flakes and emu eggshell (Jones & Lampert 1978: 147), with a radiocarbon determination of c.
The sparse data from Mannalargenna Cave, the Beeton Shelter and the Swashway Saddle site suggest that people were using the eastern part of the Bassian Plain as it became a narrow isthmus connecting Tasmania to continental Australia, and then subsequently an island chain.