Connect with Australia’s
heartland at Longitude 131˚
With views direct to Uluru and across the desert to Kata Tjuta, Longitude 131˚ is Australia’s most celebrated luxury camp. Dotted among the red-rust dunes of the Central Desert are sixteen tented pavilions, each offering connection with the outback landscape and its heritage as well as a glamorous base from which to explore the incredible Red Centre. Discover vibrant Aboriginal artworks alongside relics from the region’s explorers, a bar and restaurant offering contemporary Australian dining and friendly staff ready to share a yarn.Step inside to experience our luxury
Gathered as if around a campfire, fifteen luxury tents at Longitude 131° each offer views to Uluru – from the end of the bed! The premium Dune Pavilion is the only accommodation with views to both World Heritage-listed wonders Uluru and Kata Tjuta.Find your ‘tent’
Explore the natural and cultural heritage of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) led by the lodge’s naturalist guides. Shared stories and a first-hand experience offers a wonderful understanding of the destination.Take the road less travelled
A taste of
Dining at Longitude 131° brings together the finest, freshest produce from around the country all served with a view to Uluru: beef from Tasmania’s Cape Grim, barramundi from Humpty Doo in the west and shellfish from the pure waters of South Australia.Whet your appetite
Aboriginal massage techniques and local natural healing ingredients like irmnagka-irmangka offer a revitalising and relaxing spa experience in Spa Kinara. Meaning ‘moon’, kinara links the earth to the sky and offers travellers a welcome retreat.Awaken your senses
The footprint is light on the earth, the lodge is hunkered low, there is nothing between you and the 600 million-year-old Uluru except red, raw landscape.Susan Kurosawa The Australian
The welcome home from Table 131° to the fire, swag and nightcap was the perfect way to end our holiday and granted my wish to sleep under the stars. We will be back.David & Jo, Australia January 2018
Uluru offers a singular experience of being dwarfed by nature and enlightened by the values and startling beauty of the world’s oldest living culture. It makes me hopeful for the future of Australia: A visit here is now much more about connecting than conquering.David Prior Condé Nast Traveller
We acknowledge and pay respect to Anangu people, the traditional custodians of the land upon which Longitude 131º stands. In sharing elements of their history, heritage and culture we acknowledge Anangu people of the Western Desert and their connections to Country. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.
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