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The Devil's Gullet is tucked away in Tasmania's Western Tiers area. It is very high at the top of the range. Once you walk there up a short hill you are faced with an amazing view that is difficult to capture.
A lookout sticks out from the cliff top and what, in Scotland and other places you would call a stack tower over the valley below.
If you look straight down (not good for vertigo sufferers) there are piles of boulders that have fallen from the stacks and cliffs.
The Devil's Gullet name comes from when there is high winds that blow through the rocks creating the Devil's Gullet sounds.

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