Devils Gullet Tasmania.


One of the defining features of the Australian island state of Tasmania is the Tasmanian Wilderness, a giant nature preserve which covers 16k square km (around 5k square mi.), about 20% of the island.  It covers much of the western part of Tasmania, extending from its southern coast deep into the interior.  In this video, contributor FergTas gives us a bird's eye view of the Devil's Gullet, near the northern end of the Wilderness, which is home to some of the world's most spectacular rock formations.  

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