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Experience Standley Chasm

EXPLORE AN ICON OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA

The only way to truly appreciate this spectacular geological marvel is up close and personal. The breathtaking 80-metre-high cleft is a unique and memorable experience whichever way you choose.

Explore Standley Chasm at your own pace with a self-guided walk, get an authentic Arrernte experience in a half-day tour, or camp overnight. You might like to pick up a souvenir at the gift shop as a keepsake of your visit, but be sure to enjoy something delicious from the Kiosk.

OPENING HOURS

8am - 5pm (no entry after 4.30pm)

Monday - Sunday (7 days)

Closed Christmas, Boxing & New Year's Day

DIRECTIONS

Standley Chasm is a 40-minute drive west of Alice Springs. Take Larapinta Drive until you see the turn off to the Chasm on the right. Visit our contact page to view a map.

Bring water, a hat, sunscreen and wear appropriate footwear.

Accessible by sealed road. Ample parking.

Enter via the Kiosk cafe.

Concessions for Alice Springs locals (ID required).

You walk the trail(s) at your own risk. Landowners are not responsible for any injuries that may result.

Native flora and fauna is protected.

Please do not feed dingoes or wallabies.

No pets permitted.

KEY INFO

     ABOUT STANDLEY CHASM

Standley Chasm, known traditionally as Angkerle Atwatye, is an important cultural place of indigenous Australia. Sacred to women's dreaming of the Arrernte people, it is located in a private flora and fauna reserve surrounded by West MacDonnell National Park (Tjoritja). Standley Chasm is 100% owned and operated by the local Arrernte community.

     CONTACT US

T: (08) 8956 7440

F: (08) 8956 7325

E: info@standleychasm.com.au

PO Box 110

Alice Springs NT 0871

Australia

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