An opulent, stylish, wilderness safari camp with some of the best views in Australia.
Longitude 131° is among Australia’s most acclaimed luxury wilderness retreats – an exclusive collection of 15 tented pavilions with unrivalled views of the country’s best-known natural wonder, Uluru (Ayers Rock). Situated discreetly adjacent to the World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, it offers superb contemporary accommodation in the style of a luxury desert camp, right at Australia’s spiritual heart.
Nestled atop rust-red dunes, Longitude 131° overlooks Uluru, offering unparalleled views of the outback icon. Relax after a day’s exploring in one of 15 canopied pavilions, designed for the modern and discerning traveller. Custom-made furniture from contemporary Australian designers offers stylish lounging, whilst the bespoke ‘Baillie Bed’ dressed in organic linens and luxurious throws holds centre stage. Glass doors open to the timeless landscape and a spacious balcony complete with day bed and fireplace. Each ‘tent’ is named for an explorer or pioneer and framed artefacts stand alongside the unique textures of local indigenous artworks providing a colourful contrast to the pioneering past.
With Longitude 131° as luxury base camp, guests can explore the protected cultural and natural landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The Lodge offers an exceptional complimentary touring program, allowing a personal encounter with the Red Centre’s iconic natural attractions. Experiences are provided on an intimate shared basis with fellow guests at scheduled times. Times are seasonal and subject to sunrise and sunset which vary throughout the year, weather permitting. Touring rotates on a daily basis and all guests enjoy a personalised experiential touring itinerary, with activities scheduled depending on the time and day of arrival.
At a Glance
Longitude 131° offers 15 luxury “tents”, each with their own private view of Uluru.
The Dune House is the property’s communal dining and lounge facility.
All inclusive tariff, minimum two night stay.
An exclusive touring program is available to all guests, as well as private touring alternatives.
Longitude 131° is situated on a secluded sand dune close to the border of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Uluru is approximately ten kilometres away (as the crow flies).
Table 131° is one of the world’s most remarkable dining experiences, featuring alfresco dining with local flavours in a private desert clearing under a canopy of glittering stars, concluding with an interpretive “star-talk”.
Each tent plays a visual narrative that pays homage to both Indigenous artists from the nearby Maruku Arts Centre which curates works from the local Anangu people and notable ‘western’ explorers and pioneers.
Map and travel information
A complimentary return 4WD transfer will take you the short 15 minute journey from Ayers Rock Airport to Longitude 131°