Overlooking the World Heritage-listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Longitude 131° offers a luxury desert experience right at Australia’s spiritual heart. It features a gathering of luxury pavilions overlooking Uluru where the vibe is intimate and civilised. The 15 individually designed and elevated safari-style tents offers a connection with the outback landscape and its heritage. The Dune House is the central hub for relaxation, socialising and dining at Longitude 131°. Discover vibrant Aboriginal artworks alongside relics from the region’s explorers, a bar and restaurant offering contemporary Australian dining curated from the finest produce from all around the country. This eco-sensitive and romantic lodge offers refined dining, intuitive service and a contemporary take on laid-back luxury to create an exclusive outback encounter.
Ayers Rock Airport is three hours’ travel by air from most Australian capital cities. Longitude 131° is located 15 minutes’ drive from Ayers Rock Airport via lodge transfer. It is a three hour drive from Kings Canyon and a 5-hour drive from Alice Springs.
- The ultimate camping experience with a spectacular view.
- Home to the World Heritage-listed natural icons Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)
- Witness & discover the Field of Light, an outback fairyland, the celebrated open air art phenomenon is made up of some 50,000 individual stems crowned with colourful frosted glass bulbs that bloom and appear to sway.
- Longitude 131°’s signature four-course dining experience, Table 131° makes for an unforgettable evening.
- A physical and spiritual retreat, Spa Kinara aligns body and soul.
- A range of private and bespoke experiences
- Experience the beautiful Uluru Sunset from the viewing area with drinks
- Dine at Table 131° for a wonderful evening under a glittering kaleidoscope of stars.
- A morning guided hike to The Valley of Winds through rocky terrain, cool groves, creeks & canyons.
- A guided walk to discover sacred Aboriginal sites
- Spa treatments using Aboriginal massage techniques and local natural healing ingredients
- Journey to the base of Uluru and learn about the Aboriginal Mala people and view cave paintings
- Join a camel train through red dune country, with Uluru and Kata Tjuta as a stunning backdrop.
- Air tours to Kings Canyon
- Mountain bike tours to the base of Uluru
- Rides through the desert on the back of a Harley Davidson