Map of The Devils Peak, SA

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The Devils Peak is a mountain located near the Southern Ocean in the east of South Australia. The Devils Peak is at an altitude of about 668m above sea level.

The Devils Peak is close to the town of Quorn (8.99km away - show me), the city of Port Augusta (22.4km away - show me) and the village of Wilmington (27.9km away - show me).

The nearest road to The Devils Peak is an unsealed road that is un-named in our database (1.13km away).

The nearest sealed road to The Devils Peak is the Hawker Stirling North Road (5.66km away).

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