Devils @ Cradle, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park

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A wildlife sanctuary focused largely, but not exclusively, on the breeding of Tasmanian Devils, Devils @ Cradle sits on the pristine, snow-capped slopes of Cradle Mountain. At the sanctuary, you can see Tasmanian Devils and other indigenous species in their natural habitats, while the setting itself offers a range of walking trails and a variety of attractive scenery, from forest glades to snowy peaks. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Devils @ Cradle and many more Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park road trip website .
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  • We arrived after a frustrating drive with the main park road blocked off due to a cycling event resulting in us having to walk to the center for 1km and arriving late for our tour. No problems. They w...  more »
  • Only found out about this place whule exploring Cradle Mountain for the first time today. The $18 entry fee is well worth it and I will be recommending you to anyone heading up that way. Chris with hi...  more »
  • Went on the evening feeding tour. Initially i was a bit apprehensive as i dont like supporting keeping animals in captivity but the place is a conservation project rather than a petting zoo. Very info...  more »
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  • At least there are 20 devils you can easily saw. Even it's day time you can still see how they move and how they roar to each other. Also the guide is great. But right now there's no keeper tour so I couldn't touch any (as advertisement says).
  • Must do when in cradle mountain. We did the night feeding tour. The experience is awesome and is very informative. The guide is very passionate about conservation and we learnt a lot.
  • Loved it! Nice guided tour and the devils are very photogenic.
  • Really enjoyable and plenty of information available. There are a number of enclosures and Tasmanian Devils, also 2 other species of Marsupial. The tours are very informative and you get to see them close up as they bring some close and feed some others to get them out and about.
  • Great enclosure of Tasmanian Devils and Quols. They really take care of the animals and you can really see them in their habitat. It is mostly outdoors so it is cold. They have tours and feeding shows. They have a shop as well. Overall a great experience.

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