Nestled into the curve of rust-red sand dunes and isolated from everything but the raw unspoiled beauty of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Longitude 131° offers sixteen tented pavilions designed to offer both luxurious sanctuary and a profound sense of place, with postcard-perfect views of Uluru from your pillow.
The welcoming Dune House, with its panoramic views of the monolith and soaring roof, is the central hub of Longitude 131°, where guests can dine and relax with an icy drink.
16 luxury tented pavilions feature floor to ceiling windows affords guests breathtaking views of the outback as it unfurls in every direction and then rises abruptly in the ancient monoliths of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Interiors feature a king-size bed, custom furnishings, comfortable lounge, spacious bathroom, private balcony with occasional seating, fireplace, and indigenous artworks from local artists.
All Suites Feature:
- Climate control
- Complimentary in-suite bar
- Wireless internet
- Music system
- Premium amenities
- Twice-daily housekeeping
Longitude 131° offers top-notch contemporary Australian cuisine, curated from the finest produce from around the country, and combined with indigenous outback flavours.
The feel-at-home open bar is available throughout the day, generously stocked with a ‘top shelf’ selection of Australian wines and beers, as well as premium spirits.
Sunset drinks and canapés may be enjoyed in the cool of the evening either out on tour in the presence of Uluru, or perhaps the Dune-top Bar, offering guests a view of the changing lights reflected on the Rock’s many faces as the sun winds down in the evening.
Chef Mark Goodbeer and his team have a real passion for translating the desert experience to the plate and menu items are meticulously hand-crafted using with regional desert-foraged herbs, finger limes, muntrie berries, quandongs and Davidson plums. A premium range of Australian wines and beers has also been carefully selected to comprise the beverage menu and pair perfectly with your meal.
On the Map: Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in Australia’s Northern Territory. Uluru is part of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and is roughly 468 km (290 miles) southwest of Alice Springs.
Uluru, more commonly known known as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the outback of Australia. The formation is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is sacred to the Pitjantjatjara Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. Along with the formation itself, the area features springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Feel free to walk around the base of Uluru, visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, join a camel ride, and witness a sunrise or sunset at Uluru. Make sure to spend at least two nights in this area so you can take in all of the natural and spiritual beauty Uluru has to offer.