Chandler is a remote rail siding in the far north of the Australian state of South Australia. It is situated 56 kilometres north of the town of Marla. It is located at the junction of the Stuart Highway and the entry to the Aboriginal lands of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara people. The South Australian Government have had plans to build a freight logistics hub at the siding in the past.
Chandler is accessible by train. The Ghan, run by Great Southern Railway between Adelaide and Darwin arrives twice weekly in each direction. There is also a bus stop located on the highway.
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