Devils Gullet features a short alpine walk (about 30 minutes return) to a stunning lookout platform overhanging the sheer cliff face, with views to Mount Ossa, Cradle Mountain and other features across the great chasm of the Fisher River valley.
This is a simply awesome experience on a windy day, when the dolerite cliffs channel south-westerly winds up into the gullet.
***** 14th Dec 2017 Devils Gullet Walking Track has now reopened *****
Please note that the due to fire damage the walking track to Devils Gullet remains closed. See Tasmanian Parks for latest status.
How to get to Devils Gullet
Take the B12 (C38) west from Mole Creek, past Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves, then Mersey Forest Road for a very short distance, turning left at the signposted road to Devils Gullet and Lake Mackenzie. There is about 14 km of good gravel road – but it’s worth it! About 35 minutes drive from Mole Creek.