About 100km south of Tennant Creek and 393km north of Alice Springs, lie one of Australia’s most fascinating and most photographed sites, the Devil’s Marbles.  The local aboriginal people know them as Karlu Karlu and whilst many of us may dismiss them as simple, albeit astonishing, geological landmarks – the legend behind them is much more compelling.

About south of Tennant Creek and north of Alice Springs, lie one of…

·wolfe creek crater is the second largest meteorite crater in

Wolfe Creek Crater, WA, is the second largest meteorite crater in the world at over 800 metres wide and 50 metres deep. To the Aboriginal people, this big hole in the ground is where a legendary snake appeared out of the desert.

Heysen Trail - Fleurieu Peninsular - South Australia. Amazing walks and stunning scenery. This part of the trail is 40 mins south of Mulberry Lodge.

Amazing walks and stunning scenery. This part of the trail is 40 mins south of Mulberry Lodge.

Uluru Ayers Rock, Australia   a World Heritage Site, Uluru is Australia's most famous natural landmark and the country's most visited site. The mysterious red monolith is the weathered peak of a buried mountain range and rises some 348 metres above the desert. It has many springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Nearby is Kata Tjuta, a group of large domed rock formations. Both are sacred to the Aboriginal people of the area.

Australia (in photo: Uluru, which is also known as Ayers Rock)

Dandenong Ranges of Victoria on the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia. Off the beaten path, nestled in a lush glade, lies the sanctuary of William Ricketts, the man behind nearly one hundred clay sculptures disguised amidst the rainforest.

The Mythical Aborigines guarding an Australian Rainforest

Sculptor William Ricketts clay sculptures of Aborigines near Melbourne, Australia.

Great Ocean Road, Australia  An Australian National Heritage listed 243-kilometre stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool. The road winds through varying terrain alongside the coast, and provides access to several prominent landmarks; including the nationally significant Twelve Apostles limestone stack formations.

The Great Ocean Road, Australian National Heritage listed stretch of road between Torquay and Allansford.

The 3 Sisters

File:Three Sisters -Blue Mountains, New South Wales, went in 1997

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