Big Tasmanian Devil

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The Big Tasmanian Devil, or Big Tassie Devil, is one of Australia’s Big Things. It is 2 metres by 3 metres and sits at the entrance of the Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary at Mole Creek in northern Tasmania.

You can see the Big Tassie Devil from the entrance track along Mole Creek Road, without going into the conservation park.

The conservation based sanctuary is successful in the breeding of Tasmanian devils. It works for the conservation of other wildlife animals.

Find out more from the Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary Offsite link website.

The feature photo Big Tasmanian Devil, Mole Creek, TAS is from Wiki Commons. The photo has been cropped for display on the website.

To get there

From Sheffield Visitor Information Centre, head to Main St and turn right onto Claude Rd (Spring St). Follow for 4.3km and turn left into Paradise Rd towards Paradise and Mole Creek). Follow Paradise Rd, becoming Union Bridge Rd, for 20.3km to the end. Turn left into Liena Rd and follow for 8.2km becoming Mole Creek Rd after passing through the town. The entrance track with the Big Tasmanian Devil is on the left.

From Great Western Tiers Visitor Centre (in Deloraine), follow Emu Bay Rd west (away from the roundabout) for 1km and turn left at the roundabout into Mole Creek Rd. Follow Mole Creek Rd for 18.2km and the entrance track with the Big Tasmanian Devil is on the left.



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