Wycliffe Well: Attractions and more...
The ‘Devils marbles’ can be described as clusters of loads of mysterious ‘rock spheres’ situated in ‘scenic Australian Desert’ adjacent to Tennant Creek’s outback town; having scattered in the form of heaps all through a broad, shallow valley. Boulders that are usually precariously balanced one upon the other; had been formed through thousands of years pertaining to ‘erosion’. The natives, i.e. Aborigines are of the belief that these boulders are Rainbow Serpent’s eggs. The age-old Aboriginal mythology which surrounds this amazing geological structure can be easily explored via a short walking trail (self-guided); along with informative signage.
This reserve goes on to stretch over 1802 hectares. It’s a home to unique desert fauna and flora; inclusive of finches and goannas. Camping is allowed. However, fees need to be paid.
Richmond BridgeThe Richmond Bridge is a remembrance of the convict heritage of Tasmania. The construction of this bridge was over in 1825. It is the oldest known large stone arch...
Maritime MuseumThe themes of its galleries are maritime trade, the successful America's Cup yacht Australia II, fishing, the Swan River and the Indian Ocean. It has exhibits...