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Visit one of the oldest religious sites in the world, Karlu Karlu-Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve. The huge granite marbles are of great cultural significance to the Aboriginal people. Explore these geological formations set amidst desert bush and gum trees. You can even climb on top of them. More adventurous visitors can camp overnight at the campground nearby. The colors of the rocks vary during different times of the day. Bring water and insect repellent. Put Karlu Karlu-Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve into our Wauchope trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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A must stop between Alice Springs and Tennant Creek, literally in the middle of no where! The place was deserted when we visited, and it was pretty amazing having the entire place to ourselves. Well, ... more »
C'est un bel endroit où plusieurs balades sont aménagées pour découvrir les rochers sous tous leurs angles. 1 à 2 h sur site sont suffisantes, c'est évidemment encore plus beau en fin de journée. more »It's a place where several walks are designed to discover the rocks all angles. 1 to 2 h on site are sufficient, it is obviously even more beautiful end of the day.
Op onze trip Darwin-Adelaide deden we de Devils Marbles aan. Een plek met bijzondere rotsformaties. Vooral bij zonsopkomst en zonsondergang een aanrader. De plek wordt dan bijna magisch! more »On our trip Darwin-Adelaide we did the Devils Marbles. A place with unusual rock formations. Especially at sunrise and sunset is a must. The place is almost magical!
Must see. So amazing. You could spend a whole day here exploring.
I sounds from the name to be an exageration, but at sunset its mysteriously beautiful. A must see.
This was an absolute surprise. The audtralias.guide crew loved it. Anazjng tock formations.
Magnificent landscape. Perfect for BBQ and there's also a free WiFi
Top 3 fav things in oz! Short but amazing walking trails. No water in the park, bring a hat and sunscreen!
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