Oh Devils Marbles, doesn’t the name sound so devil and evil? If the name already makes you start fantasizing, the actual view will make your jaw drop! Located 100 kilometers south of Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory, the Devils Marbles NT are huge granite boulders scattered across a wide, shallow valley. Check out 15 Devils Marbles images to inspire you to travel.
15 Devils Marbles Images to Inspire - How were they formed?
Formed by erosion over millions of years, many of the giant stones are precariously balanced on top of one another, appearing to defy gravity! The marbles continue to crack and erode today, creating an ever-changing landscape.
If you have the chance, visit the beautiful site during sunrise and sunset, as the boulders appear to glow and change colour, from pink to bright red, similar to the other geological wonders in the Northern Territory, Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
On top of the devils.
They vary in size, from 50 centimeters up to 6 meters across.
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Marbles defying gravity.
The Devils Marbles extends along both sides of the Stuart Highway.
Trying too hard to be a hero...
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Trying hard to push it!
Kacha! Ninja Warrior.
What a steep climb.
Stretching his limit.
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This seems to be the only decent pose with the marbles...
Gorgeous view along the highway.
Guess what? The termite nest is even taller than me!
Beautiful sunset view at Tennant Creek.