tasmanian devil park



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Day Keeper Tours


Join one of our keepers on a guided tour of this unique sanctuary

Wild Life Park In Tasmania


The sanctuary comes alive in the evening, see devils and quolls feeding up close



Get up-close and personal with some of our young animals, in this all new tour

welcome to devils @ cradle

A world class wildlife conservation facility at Tasmania’s premier wilderness destination. The spectacular and pristine wilderness of Cradle Mountain is home to the mysterious and secretive Tasmanian Devil.

Devils @ Cradle is a unique Tasmanian conservation sanctuary located at the entrance to the spectacular World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain National Park. Whilst we concentrate primarily on the Tasmanian devil, the sanctuary is also home to the closely related Spotted-tail and Eastern quolls. Tasmania’s three largest carnivorous marsupials are all now threatened in one way or another in the wild.

Visitors to the sanctuary can view these animals from the comfort of the visitor centre, wander through the sanctuary at their leisure, or join a personalised guided tour which ensures a close up encounter with our animals. Your visit will provide an insight into the daily operation of a working conservation facility for one of the world’s iconic animals, knowing your ticket fee is contributing to our conservation of these species.

Open DAY and NIGHT every day, we offer a range of experiences, from General Entry and DAY KEEPER tours through the day, to our AFTER DARK FEEDING tours in the evening. An experienced Tasmanian Devil Keeper will give you an accurate understanding of their life cycles and the current threats that confront them, such as Devil Facial Tumour Disease. We consider this aspect of our work a valuable tool in the education of the general public, and an important part of our conservation efforts.

Don’t miss your chance to visit  Devils@Cradle … you’ll be pleased you did.


You can help us to help them!

Adoption of our animals helps our conservation efforts tremendously & makes a great gift.

online gift packs

Whilst visiting our sanctuary is not possible right now, there are still plenty of ways in which you are able to assist our endangered species.


We now have a range of gift packs available to purchase online, the sale of which significantly assists us to provide ongoing care to our important animal population, and continue our conservation work.


Much of our stock is also made in Tasmania so your generosity will also help to assist other small local businesses. Our gift packs are heavily discounted and great value, and we can send throughout Australia. Why not add an adoption of one of our residents, to create the perfect gift for the animal lover in your life?

general entry/day keeper tours

Wander through the sanctuary at your leisure see the animal’s daylight habits, sleeping in their dens, sunbaking, play fighting or fossicking for food.

General Entry: 9.30am – 5pm.

You can join one of our Keepers tours which operate daily at the times below:

10.30am / 1.00pm / 3.00pm – duration approx. 45min

(bookings recommended to avoid disappointment).

One of our keepers will lead you through the sanctuary and provide you with a thorough insight into the operation of a working sanctuary such as this one, and explain the importance of various conservation programs that we are involved in for these three unique and threatened animals.

Entry fees:

Adult $25
Child (4 -15yrs) 3 and under free $15
Concession (senior/student) – ID required. Not available to book online, contact us directly. $20
Family (2 Adults – 2 Children) $75
Family (2 Adults – 3 Children) $85
Family (2 Adults – 4 Children) $95

after dark feeding tours

5:30 pm Every Day, 8:30 pm Additional tours October to April (daylight savings) – duration approx. 1 hour 15 minutes

The sanctuary comes alive in the evening!

The After Dark Feeding Tour provides an unforgettable experience, seeing these extraordinary animals in ‘action’ each evening. Our experienced keeper will discuss biology, behaviour, threats and the important conservation work being undertaken for these species within the sanctuary.

Devils are primarily a nocturnal species therefore far more active at night, we use environmentally sensitive lighting and focus on the social interactions and feeding habits of these unique carnivores, allowing visitors a rare up-close opportunity of seeing Tasmanian devils in a group feeding situation – quite a spectacular sight!

Entry Fees

Adult $37.50
Child  (4 – 15 yrs) 3 and under free $20
Concession (senior/student) – ID required. Not available to book online, contact us directly. $30
Family (2 Adults – 2 Children) $105
Family (2 Adults – 3 Children) $115
Family (2 Adults – 4 Children) $125

joey encounter

Want to get up-close and personal with some of our younger animals?

The NEW Joey Encounter tour will take a small group of LUCKY visitors behind the scenes to our animal nursery, where you will interact (face to face) with some of our youngest residents. This is a unique opportunity and will be a very special and memorable experience, ideal for families with young children, or animal lovers of any age.

Operating at 12 noon this tour will incorporate, handling and general health checks by our keepers, and afford visitors the opportunity to pat and get photographs with these beautiful young animals.

Many of these hand-reared animals will remain at the sanctuary as species ambassadors and will become important breeding animals in the next year or two. When joining this tour you will be directly supporting these animals and threatened species conservation.

The admission ticket for this tour also includes free day entry and Day Keeper tour, so before or after your Joey Encounter why not join one of our Day Keeper tours to learn all about the operations of this unique alpine sanctuary.

OPERATES: Year round*

TIME: 12.00 – 12.40pm


*Additional tour currently offered at 4pm.


Adult (16 years & over) $75
Children $50
 Please note: no concession or family rates available and all children must be accompanied by an adult

Assist our conservation programs!

Every donation helps us effectively run our range of conservation programs which protect and support these unique animals.

A unique conservation sanctuary for Tasmania’s threatened carnivorous marsupials

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