The Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve
Probable one of the oldest religious sites and a sacred place for the Aboriginal tribe, the Kaytetye of Australia, this sacred site is within the Devil's Marble Conservation Reserve which is situated in Australia's Northern Territories. The holy or sacred sites are areas of oval boulders which they (Kaytetye) believe are the eggs of a rainbow serpent. This site is located near Wauchope which is 114km south of Tennant Creek (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devils_Marbles).
Figure 1.1: The smallest continent, Australia host one of the oldest holy sites known.
Figure 1.2: One of the provinces in Australia, the Northern Territories.
Figure 1.3: Tennant Creek, the biggest town near the sacred sites.
Figure 1.4: A different view of Tennant Creek