The Karlu Karlu (formally known as Devils Marbles) are one of the Northern Territory’s most breathtaking natural wonders. Devils Marbles are a series of granite rock formations, shaped by erosion over a time frame exceeding millions of years. Many compare the formation of these rocks as a natural art exhibition. Each boulder is shaped differently, varying in height, ranging from 50 centimetres to 6 meters across! What makes the Marbles even more impressive, is the way in which all the formations are balanced against each other. The boulders play a significant part in the culture of the Indigenous people of the region who name them Karlu Karlu, meaning “round boulders”. Take the opportunity to enjoy a leisurely walk around the eastern side of the Devils Marbles. There are no set tracks, however, exploring the eastern side of the track will uncover the history of the rock and its significance in modern society.