Longitude 131° offers immersion in the Australian outback in the purest sense. The beauty and stillness of the desert is palpable. Elevated ‘tents’ yield private views of fabled icon Uluru (Ayers Rock) amidst unfettered luxury. Combined with world-class cuisine and exclusive experiences, Longitude 131° promises an unforgettable encounter with this spirited land.
Accommodation Longitude 131° lies at the gateway to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and faces the fabled Uluru. Each of the 15 elevated luxury tents offers unparalleled private views of the outback icon and unique interiors pay homage to an early Australian pioneer or explorer with an eclectic mix of classical colonial and contemporary pieces. Meticulously designed to remain cool in summer and warm in winter, the immaculately appointed dwellings comprise lavish king or twin beds, floor to ceiling windows for viewing the dramatic sunrise and sunset, complimentary in-suite bar, iPad with entertainment and MP3 input, wireless internet, spacious bathroom with bathrobes and premium amenities, climate control, safe, telephone and twice daily housekeeping including signature turn down
Aussie Travel Exclusive Benefit for your stay
~ 1 USD $50 Spa Kinara Credit per suite & 1 USD $50 Bespoke Experiences Credit per suite
~ Daily full breakfast, for up to two in room guests
~ Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
~ Complimentary Wi-Fi
Best of the Best
Camping certainly doesn’t come more glamorous nor the view from the “tent” more spectacular than this. At Longitude 131°, a gathering of luxury pavilions overlooking Uluru, the vibe is intimate and civilized. The desert base fans out from the cool sanctuary of the Dune House, site of lounging, cocktails and Rock gazing. Dine on contemporary cuisine infused with indigenous flavors while overlooking the nation’s spiritual heart or under a glittering canopy of stars at Table 131°. Discover the World Heritage–listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta and relax after a day’s exploring in a luxury tent boasting a swag of mod cons.
Be sure to stay at least three nights so you can join all the tours of Uluru and watch the magical monolith change colours from sunrise to sunset. –Linda Smith San Francisco, California