Precariously Balancing Devils Marbles in Northern Territory, Australia

Precariously Balancing Devils Marbles in Northern Territory, Australia

Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve, Northern Territory, Australia. Also known as Karlu Karlu, the site is one of the most unique natural wonders in the area. It holds a great cultural and spiritual significance to Aborigines and has one of the oldest religious sites in the world.

The huge granitic boulders are the most exciting features of Australian outback. For millions of years shaped by natural forces, the boulders balance precariously on the surface or are split. There are various facilities, a tourist center, camping area and friendly rangers, who arrange live events between May and September.

Why to go there?

The most famous attraction in Northern Territory.

When to go there?

From May to August, when the weather is not so hot.

How to get there?

Easy access by car from the Stuart Highway.

Lead photo by Regina

Devils Marbles-Photo by Jamie Gilmore

Photo by Jamie Gilmore

Devils Marbles

Photo by Unknown

Devils Marbles-Photo by Bryce World

Photo by Bryce World

Devils Marbles-Photo by Kym Fielke

Photo by Kym Fielke

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