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Sat 9 March 8am-10am - Standley Chasm Hugh NT

(Entry to the Chasm, Food and Coffee not included)

Sun 10 March 8am-10am - Yayes Cafe 61 Larapinta Dr, Araluen NT

(Light refreshments provided - Assorted Yaye's treats, drinks not included)

Join us at one or both of these events for a morning of coffee, singing, pea-making and inspiration in the spirit of reconciliation. Support these wonderful local businesses as we sing to remember those who have died on country in a powerful act of remembrance and unity.

Your Gold Coin donation will help the choir fundraise toward the cost of production of “The Anthem of the Desert Pea” song recorded and filmed in Alice Springs to be launched in Canberra on Reconciliation Day 2024.


More than just a melody, this song is a profound narrative that echoes our shared history and the path toward healing and reconciliation. "The Anthem of the Pea" is a stirring tribute to those who have both died on country and for country. It is an anthem for remembrance, a call to arms for all Australians to honour the past while building a hopeful future. 

Led by popup choir specialist, OJ Rushton, the Creative Director of The OZY Youth Choir Honouring Defence Service, and Hazel Davies of Making Peas/ce, don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a unique and uplifting experience. Together, we can make a difference through the power of music, storytelling and song.

Entry by Gold Coin Donation  (entry to Standley Chasm not included) 

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