Wheelchair and stroller-friendly path to another great view in Barrington Tops.

You’ll feel like you’re on the edge of the known world while standing on Devils Hole Lookout in Barrington Tops National Park.

This is one of the highest lookouts in Barrington Tops:

  1. Careys Peak Lookout in Barrington Tops National Park: 1545 metres
  2. Thunderbolts Lookout in Barrington Tops National Park: 1440 metres
  3. Devils Hole Lookout in Barrington Tops National Park: 1400 metres
  4. Andrew Laurie Lookout in Barrington Tops National Park: 1160 metres

Suitable for wheelchairs and strollers, the easy paved track winds from Devils Hole picnic area to a lookout platform with magnificent views over the vast World Heritage-listed wilderness.

Between Scone and Gloucester, it’s a brilliant leg stretcher and picnic spot on a car tour of this unique region.

From the lookout, you’ll be standing where the mountains touch the sky. The snow-grassed montane woodland of the gentle Barrington plateau stretches behind, while dense forests, wild gorges and ridges of the Barrington wilderness lie below. On a clear day, the view extends to the coast, over 90 km to the east.

If the clear mountain air has kickstarted your appetite, stroll back and unpack the hamper at the picnic area. If you’re hungry for more scenery, try nearby Thunderbolts Lookout.

Devils Hole Lookout view of the Barrington Tops plateau
Devils Hole Lookout view of the Barrington Tops plateau
Devils Hole Lookout paved pathway for easy access
Devils Hole Lookout paved pathway for easy access
Devils Hole Picnic Area
Devils Hole Picnic Area

What did others have to say?

Jack Harlor

2 months ago

Awesome lookout with amazing views. Not far from great campsites either so you can wake up and look at an amazing sunrise.

Thomas Brown

6 months ago

Definetly worth getting out for a walk its only about 20 meters has a wonderful view of the valley

Simon Pollard

2 weeks ago

Stunning

Geoff King

2 weeks ago

Beautiful

Luke Downey

a year ago

Magical place to visit we even saw a lyrebird