Devils Gate Power Station Tour
Come on a guided tour of Devils Gate Station and learn how we turn the water from Lake Barrington into electricity.
Located only 40 minutes south of Devonport, the Devils Gate Power Station commissioned in 1969; is the sixth station in the Mersey/Forth scheme.
Devils Gate Dam holds water in Lake Barrington which is used in Devils Gate Power Station. The water continues its flow to Lake Paloona.
Find out more in the Devils Gate Power Station fact sheet.
Date: Sunday 12 October 2014
Time: Tours will run every 20 minutes from 10am until 2pm
Location: Barrington end of Devils Gate road.
Parking will be available at the picnic area located on Devils Gate road - signage and parking advisors will be on site.
No need to book – just turn up!
Please be advised that for safety reasons tour group sizes will be limited so there may be a short wait between tours during peak times.
As this is a working station and for safety reasons there is very limited disabled and wheelchair access.
Please note the guided tour will involve accessing parts of the station by climbing up and down stairs.
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