Devils @ Cradle, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
(4.7/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
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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  • It's not a Zoo, but a central shelter and conservation of animals. They are really interesting.
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  • We booked into the 8.30pm feeding tour and were guided by Danielle. She spoke about all aspects of devil behaviour and their plight with facial tumours out in the wild. Was open to any questions. My s...  more »
  • This was a fantastic experience at a great price. I would certainly recommend staying on the mountain over night and doing the night tour you get to see so much of the devils and Quolls. 
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  • Loved it! Staff were knowledgeable and friendly, and happy to answer all our questions. Drop in and support the great work they do to help the survival of the Tassie Devils and Quolls.
  • Excellent experience and loved the quolls. Learned a lot and saw the animals very close up
  • Great for kids. Walk right up near a tassie devil
  • A great way to see the devils and quolls all for a good cause
  • Newly renovated, a truly unique experience with a peek into the unusual life of the Tasmanian Devil.