The Davey river is a large river draining the Propsting and Frankland Ranges in the far southwest of the state. The lower 15klm of flowing river plus 15k of tidal river where rafted after the confluence of the Crossing river. The river is characterised by its width at least as wide as the Huon or Derwent. and small shingle rapids. Passing through stunning forest. Just above the Davey gorge is some nice long grade 2 rapids.