Results of the Jordan River midden excavation
Australian Archaeological Association
The Jordan River Midden is a large shell midden situated on the west bank of the Jordan River approximately 17km NNW of Hobart. It is 37km from the mouth of the Derwent River. The lower Jordan River cuts through Jurassic dolerite on the eastern bank and Tertiary basalt on the western bank. Several quarry sites have been reported within a 6.5km radius of JRM1.
Gaffney, L. & Stockton, J. 1980. Results of the Jordan River midden excavation. 'Australian Archaeology', no.10, 68-78.