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Devils @ Cradle, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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. Plan to visit Devils @ Cradle and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park attractions using our Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park trip generator.
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We booked and paid at visitor centre, the 530 time slot so we had time for dinner afterwards. A must do, the grounds are well kept and our young male guide was full of knowledge and very friendly. We ... read more »
Although we came in the rain and snow still enjoyed our informative session on native tassie wildlife. Our guide (sorry cant remember, maybe Chris) was passionate about his job and made our time worth... read more »
So this was 4th animal sanctuary that we visited in Tassy. By far they have the most Tassie's, and you can def appreciate their true lifestyle as you get to hear their roars. The keeper was knowledgea... read more »
A great way to see the devils and quolls all for a good cause
We really enjoyed the visit to see the Devils@Cradle. Even though it was freezing cold, the guide who took us on the tour of the facility was great, knowledgeable and answered all of our questions. It was quite interesting to learn about the devils and the work the sanctuary is doing to help the devils' plight.
Great for kids. Walk right up near a tassie devil
We visited here over Christmas. We were a little late joining the tour, but the guides helped us in without much disturbance. Watching the Devils eat their dinner was really quite the experience. They've got quite a variety of enclosures and different animals too. We'd go back!
Newly renovated, a truly unique experience with a peek into the unusual life of the Tasmanian Devil.
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