Come and celebrate NAIDOC week at Standley Chasm - FREE for first 30 FKCA members & $30 per person for non members
NAIDOC week celebrations are held across Australia each July to highlight the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Come and join us for a fun-filled morning at Standley Chasm, one of the many unique and idyllic landmarks in the area. Join our guided walk through Standley Chasm, enjoy a freshly baked morning tea followed by an art activity suitable for all ages. You will also get to meet other foster and kinship Carers and children and young people in their care.
Standley Chasm, part of the MacDonnell Ranges, is located in a private flora and fauna reserve, with a lush gully floor that ranges from delicate ferns to tall gum trees. The Chasm is a beautiful landmark with sheer walls that glow from reflected sunlight to create a breath-taking display of rich colour.
10am Meet the local guide at Standley Chasm
10:10am Guided walk to Standley Chasm, taking about 30 minutes, return at own pace
11am Enjoy a self-service buffet morning tea of scones and cake. Following morning tea, join the art activity at the campfire/bowerbird, where you can paint your own bookmark to take home with you
12 noon Event finishes
Cost First 30 Foster & Kinship Carer Association NT members attend FREE
Non-members $30 per person
You must RSVP by 4th July & you must collect a ticket*
RSVP essential by 4th July 2018