Standley Chasm attracts visitors from around the world. The
sheer walls of the chasm providing a breath taking light display an hour either
side of noon.
Standley Chasm has been gouged from tough sandstone by the floods that, over
untold millions of years, have surged down a narrow tributary of the Finke River
Even today, examples of the rush of water, can be witnessed during times of
heavy rainfall in the area, when flood waters flood through the chasm.
As the river dries, small pools of water are left, although they too will dry