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Australia Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve, NT, Australia

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The Devils Marbles are 393 km north of Alice Springs and 760 km south of Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia. In other words, in the middle of nowhere.

These gigantic boulders have become an internationally recognised symbol of Australia's outback and are spectacular when the light of the morning and evening sun highlights their deep red colour.

Karlu Karlu translates to 'round boulders'.

This name is shared by the Kaytete, Warumungu, Warlpiri and Alyawarra traditional owners of the area. Traditional owners ask that the karlu (marbles) are not climbed.

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Definitely by road depending where you are in Australia. One option could be to fly to Alice Springs and then rent a car there.
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing Blue hour/nighttime
Sunrise & Sunset 07:06 - 18:02 | current local time: 09:28
Locations Northern Territory
Photo Themes bouldersrocks
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