Karlu Karlu, also known as the Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve, is located approximately 400 kilometers north of Alice Springs.

 67619 Devils Marbles

This reserve is home to a collection of large, rounded boulders that are scattered across the desert landscape. Visitors to Karlu Karlu can take a leisurely stroll through the park and explore the incredible rock formations that make this area so unique. These rocks have been shaped by centuries of wind and water erosion, creating unique and interesting shapes that are truly awe-inspiring.

 68069 Ancient Lands
 69856 Two Boulders

Learning About the Local Culture

Karlu Karlu is an important cultural site for the local Aboriginal people, who believe that the rocks were created by the Rainbow Serpent. Visitors to the reserve can learn more about this fascinating culture by taking part in guided tours and cultural experiences. This is a great way to gain a deeper understanding of the history and significance of this incredible site.

There is a small campground located within the reserve, which is a great option for those who want to spend more time exploring the area.

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