Dunalley is a suburb of Tasmania, Tasmania and
is about 40 kms east of TAS's capital city of
Hobart. In the 2011 Australian census the
population of Dunalley was 274 when there
were 141 Females and 133 Males living there.
The median age for people living in Dunalley
Dunalley is a small fishing village on the east
coast of Tasmania, Australia. It is part of the
Sorell Council. Dunalley is approximately 20
minutes from Sorell. It is located on the narrow
isthmus which separates the Forestier and
Tasman Peninsulas from the rest of Tasmania.
Dunalley is a quiet fishing village known for its
super-fresh seafood. Located on the way to
Port Arthur near a narrow strip of land that
connects the Forestier and Tasman Peninsulas
with the rest of Tasmania, Dunalley is peaceful
and pretty with beautiful bay-side scenery.
It also features the impressive Denison Canal,
originally dug by hand over a century ago to
connect the two surrounding bays and
significantly reduce the travel time between the
East Coast and Hobart.