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Friends drove us to The Devils Gullet. Fire had obviously been through this area a while ago so the trees were rather bare. The pathway up the hill was relatively easy although some of the stones were rather uneven. Seems like a lot of effort...More
Not the easiest place to find as you travel up a rough 14km dirt road out onto a plateau that has been ravaged by fire, park at the car parking spot and then discover that the trail is closed.
We didn't risk it, so turned...More
The view from the top is spectacular. The path to the viewpoint is labelled as closed at the car park. However when we visited the path was actually accessible. Some sections are a little bit rough but much of it has been repaired. Workmen were...More
After driving 14km up a gravel road from the sign to the lookout we discovered the road into the park for the walk was closed. Understandably, due to the fragile environment after the bushfires, but an informative sign at the turn off would create choices....More
It was a rather long drive (more than an hour) in from the main road but it was well worth it when we reach the parking spot. This was followed by a foot path leading to the edge of the cliff where the lookout point...More
We didn't know about this lookout until the same day of our visit. The helpful staff at the Latrobe visitor information centre recommended this lookout to us, so off we went. There's a 14km gravel road leading to the lookout car park. Managed to get...More
Quite an easy walk to the lookout, around half an hour return, as it was a cold day when we visited some areas were icy, so take care. Uphill going and then downhill coming back. The views were quite spectacular, the lookout is right on...More
Worth the drive up from Mole Creek just to stand on that platform, hear the wind rushing up beneath your feet and look out across the Fisher River valley to the plateau and the high mountains -- Cradle, Ossa and the others -- beyond.
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Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Australia
After a winding drive up Lake Mackenzie Road to an altitude around 1,200 meters the road levels of, and after a few more minutes on the right there'll be a turn off to the Devils Gullet track.
It's steepish but short track, takes approximately 20minutes,...More