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.

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The Light Fantastic

Ongoing demand from visitors to wander among Bruce Munro’s Field of Light has led to the exhibition being extended indefinitely. The proven destination drawcard has attracted more than 450,000 visitors to date.


Celebrating a Vibrant Partnership

Since Baillie Lodges assumed management in November 2013, Longitude 131˚ has developed a mutually rewarding, multi-faceted partnership with indigenous arts community Ernabella.


Shoot Off on Safari

Join renowned travel photographer Richard I'Anson on a five-day workshop exploring Australia’s spiritual heartland from sunrise to sunset. Available to just ten guests - get clicking!


Guiding in the Red Centre

Stories of the land’s traditional custodians are shared with guests during each of the signature experiences and guides undergo extensive training to ensure the teachings are true to Anangu ways.


An Insider's Guide

Take a walkabout with Craig, a member of the local Mutitjulu community, as he shares his tips for visitors wanting to experience Tjukurpa (meaning 'stories') of Aboriginal culture at Uluru.


Into the Dreamscape

Sacred to the Anangu people, Uluru is the crimson heart of Australia. When Ron Gluckman revisits the giant rock and its traditional caretakers, he finds a visceral spirit permeates the vast desert and lulls the mind into Dreamtime.


A Special Part of the World

TripAdvisor is a respected online forum for travellers to share their global experiences. Here, recent guest Adele from Canada reveals highlights from her stay at Longitude 131° and why she awarded all five stars.


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We regret to announce that Longitude 131° at Uluru-Kata Tjuta is currently closed. The Northern Territory Ministry of Health has enacted restrictions on travel to the territory in order to stem the spread of Coronavirus or COVID-19 until further notice.

We are quietly confident that these restrictions be lifted by midyear and plan to reopen Longitude 131° on 1 July 2020.

Existing bookings may be amended for a stay over the 18-month period between 1 July 2020 and 30 September 2021. All existing rates will be honoured until 30 September 2021, though bookings during our Festive Season dates (18 December 2020 to 8 January 2021) do incur a surcharge.

The reservations team at Baillie Lodges is on hand to offer advice and make amendments to your booking. Please feel free to phone the team on +61 2 9918 4355 or email on

These are simply extraordinary times and we thank you for your patience and understanding at this time.

Take care and we look forward to seeing you again soon.