You'll need some luck to spot a Tasmanian devil in the wild, even in wildlife-rich Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. By far your best bet is the Devils@Cradle sanctuary,d about 500 metres from the park entrance. The sanctuary is home to the biggest captive population of devils free of the virulent facial tumour disease that has devastated the species. There are several keeper-guided tours each day, including an after-dark feeding experience and an additional evening tour between October and April. There's even the opportunity to meet some devil joeys at the sanctuary's hand-rearing nursery.