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Chambers Pillar Tag Along 4WD Adventure

Bring or hire your own four wheel drive and be guided by the owners of Idracowra Station to spectacular the Chambers Pillar, the Devils Playground and Little Stonehenge. Chambers Pillar is one of the most recognised icons of the Australian outback. Your stockman guide is expertly skilled with this terrain, and welcomes beginners. Travellers can also participate in day to day station activities.

This tag along tour offers the opportunity to access the site from the Stuart Highway near the junction of the Lasseter Highway. This is a genuine four wheel drive desert track experience exploring huge 80 to 90 metre red sand dunes. Keep in contact with your guide via UHF while you are on the move. UHF handhelds are available from the homestead for hire.

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Chambers Pillar Tag Along 4WD Adventure

Experience outback station life at Idracowra Homestead, located on the banks of the ancient Finke River, 140 kilometres west of Alice Springs. You can explore unique Central Australian landscapes on the edge of the Simpson Desert, see native flora and fauna, learn about the Aboriginal history of the area, view historic rock carvings etched by early Australian explorers and pastoralists and visit impressive rock formations such as Little Stonehenge. The tour continues on to Chambers Pillar, a magnificent column that towers above the Simpson Desert plain. You can climb to the base of the pillar for spectacular views over the surrounding landscape.

Activites and Experiences at Chambers Pillar Tag Along 4WD Adventure

  • Off Road Driving
  • Flora
  • Direct
  • Retail
  • Wholesale
  • Car park
  • Checkin Desk
  • Public toilet
  • Waiting Area
  • Active
  • Adventure
  • Nature based
  • Off road
  • Outback
  • Remote
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife
  • English
  • Cash

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