| Township of Devonshire East |
| Gravenhurst Region of |
|-||Splitted from Devonshire Township||1962|
|-||Amalgamated into Wellington||2006|
|-||2006||501.7 km2 (194 sq mi)|
|Density||0 /km2 (0 /sq mi)|
|Today part of|| Gravenhurst|
Devonshire East (Traditional Chinese: 東德雲; French: Devon-Est) was a former township in the Regional Municipality of Gravenhurst, Imaginary Lands of Nicholas. It formed a part of Lisi Census Metropolitan Area.
Together with the current day Town of Devonshire, Devonshire and Devonshire East had formed one single rural township of Devonshire prior to 1962. In 1962, the urban parts and its immediate area of Devonshire was separated and formed the Town of Devonshire. The remaining parts of the uninhabited township became the Township of Devonshire East, and grouped under Lisi Census Metropolitan Area.
Devonshire East was merged into Town of Wellington in 2006, composing a bulk part of Wellington's land area today.
Devonshire East remained to be uninhabited between 1962 and 2006. Upon merger with Wellington, Devonshire East has became a plan site for future housing developments, as well as Highway 507 (Central Gravenhurst Corridor).
|Municipalities in Gravenhurst Region|