Villepin-Pound, one of the oldest geological formations on the planet (Australia)
To this place for their rituals Aborigines may get only along a narrow path, laid in the rock mass. Between the rocks and the bottom of the crater can be seen numerous shrubs and trees that adorn the walls of this natural amphitheater.
The name of the crater comes from the unusual shape of the geological formation, because the language of Aboriginal Villepin is a handful, which is going into the plants and animals protected from the difficult conditions of the desert.
Early it was thought that Villepin-Pound formed by volcanic activity, but today, geologists from research disproved this theory and argue that the crater was due to erosion processes. Moreover, rock, located in the central part of the pit, resisted erosion is significantly faster than its edges, which consist of a hardwood.