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Dawlish is an English seaside resort town as well as civil parish in Teignbridge on the south coastline of Devon, 12 miles (19 kilometres) from the county town of Exeter as well as the bigger resort of Torquay. Its population of 12,345 in 2001 rose to about 16,000 by 2018, as well as was expected to grow strongly in coming years, as a number of big housing estates were incomplete, generally in the north as well as eastern of the town. It had expanded in the 18th century from a tiny fishing port right into a popular seaside hotel, as had its close to neighbor, Teignmouth, in the 19th century. Dawlish lies at the outlet of a tiny river, Dawlish Water (additionally called The Brook), in between Permian red sandstone cliffs, and also is fronted by a sandy coastline with the South Devon Railway sea wall and the Riviera Line railway over. Behind this is a main public park, The Grass, through which Dawlish Water moves. Instantly to the south-west of Dawlish is a cliff, Lea Mount, with Boat Cove at its foot and also Coryton Cove, the outermost part of the coastline available by the seawall path behind it. There is a food stand there. To the north-east, through the coastline or seawall, the shore can be followed for some 2 kilometres to Langstone Rock and the resort of Dawlish Warren beyond. Dawlish is additionally recognized for its black swans (Cygnus atratus), introduced from Western Australia, which cope with various other exotic waterfowl in a little urban haven on Dawlish Water. There are several destinations in and around the town, such as beaches, safari mini-golf, a waterfowl centre, a leisure centre with a pool, a countryside park, as well as the Dawlish Museum.