Devils Marbles, Northern Territory
$169.00 – $299.00
Photography by Basil Bilanenko
Every canvas print comes gallery wrapped and ready to hang. It is fully guaranteed and on the highest quality materials.
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The Devils Marbles which are also known as Karlu Karlu, are of great spiritual and cultural significance to local Aboriginal people. They are made of granite which surfaces like a little geological island in the desert, surrounded by large amounts of sandstone. .
Formed millions of years ago, the granite was formed due to he hardening of magma within the Earth’s crust. It came to the surface after the folding of the Earth’s crust.
With 1,802 hectare Reserve which extends along both sides of the Stuart Highway approximately 393 km north of Alice Springs, the Devils Marbles offer breathtaking scenery which attracts more visitors. It can be accessed all year round. Facilities include unpowered bush camping area with fire places and pit toilets are located at the southern end of the Reserve. Campers should come well equipped since there is no water or firewood provided.
Activities to enjoy include caravans, camping, walking through the tracks and picnicking. The most dramatic time to maximize your experience is during sunset.