Standley Chasm Aboriginal Guided Cultural Tour and Talk
Standley Chasm - 50kms from Alice Springs (approx 40min drive). Drive West on Larapinta Drive until you see the turn off to Standley Chasm on the right.
What to expect
Explore Standley Chasm a geological formation located west of Alice Springs with a local Aboriginal guide and learn about the geology, flora and fauna, bush medicine and bush tucker, weaponry and cultural history specific to this area.
This 3 hour tour includes a guided walk and talk followed by a cultural presentation in our cultural centre.
It also includes morning or afternoon tea consisting of scones, jam and cream with a cuppa tea or coffee on arrival.
Questions about tradition and contemporary cross-cultural issues are encouraged during cultural conversations raising awareness for lasting social benefits.
What is included
Tour departs daily on request.
Please note this tour operates on a minimum of 10 pax.
This is a 3 hour experience.
- Entry to Standley Chasm.
- Informative walk with local Aboriginal guide and commentary.
- Morning / afternoon tea of scones, jam and cream plus tea or coffee.
- Sensible walking shoes should be worn and care taken.
- All native plants and animals are protected.
- Standley Chasm is located in a private flora and fauna reserve owned by the Iwupataka Land Trust and is operated by Angkerle Aboriginal Corporation.
Standley Chasm - Hugh, Northern Territory. The café is adjacent to the entry point at Standley Chasm.
What to bring
- Walking shoes
- Water bottle
- This experience caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps.
- Grade 1 Access path – suitable for wheelchairs.
YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER
Standley Chasm is an integral part of the Central Australian tourism and cultural landscape. It is a 100% Aboriginal owned entity, is one of the first Aboriginal tourism enterprises and has been operating since 1972.
Angkerle Atwatye Aboriginal Corporation aims to provide an enriching and memorable experience for visitors, and a strong and successful partnership between Traditional Owners, government departments and the tourism industry.
The product range has recently been expanded to include freshly made, quality food and beverages, an investment in Standley Chasm-specific souvenirs and merchandise as well as local Aboriginal art and artefacts, and providing authentic Arrernte cultural guided tours with Traditional Owners. Provision of campsites and amenities is also a drawcard for a steadily growing numbers of visitors to the region, as well as walkers completing the world-famous Larapinta Trail.