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Category: Rocks, Local time: 02:20:41, Altitude: 408m

Devils Marble Conservation Reserve is a protected area near the city of Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory in Australia . Devils Marble Conservation Reserve is known as a place, where heaps of large granite stones can be found. Those stones are red coloured, interestingly formed and usually have about 7 meters in diameter. Devils Marble Conservation Reserve is a sacred place for the local aborigine people who call them Karlu.

About Devils Marble Conservation Reserve

Devils Marble Conservation Reserve covers an area of 18 km2 and as a protected area it was founded in 1961. In year 2008, the area has been leased to the aborigines for 99 years. They have the responsibility to protect the place and to preserve their traditions there. The advantage of Devils Marble Conservation Reserve is a small number of tourists and relatively only a few restrictions in there. For the visitors there is a small campsite with toilets and a fireplace in Devils Marble Conservation Reserve. Unfortunately there is no wood or water, so it is necessary to bring those into the park. Devils Marble Conservation Reserve is very popular place for photographers from around the world that is why the large red stones can be seen on so many calendars or postcards.


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GPS: -20.5582, 134.2653
Altitude: 408 m
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Last update: Nov 10, 2012 4:35:38 PM

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