Located amidst vibrant red dunes, Longitude 131° offers breathtaking vistas of Uluru, Australia’s most iconic natural wonder. The expansive Dune House beckons with a welcoming ambiance, featuring a restaurant and bar that provide ever-shifting panoramas of the monumental monolith for dining. Additionally, it offers contemporary campaign-style lounging areas that are perfect for unwinding with a refreshing beverage while sharing tales of your day’s outback adventures.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is located in the Red Centre in Australia’s Northern Territory. The main airport, Ayers Rock Airport, is three hours’ travel by air from most Australian capital cities. Longitude 131° is located 15 minutes’ drive from Ayers Rock Airport via lodge transfer, a 3 hour self-drive from Kings Canyon and a 4.5 hour self-drive from Alice Springs.Start Planning +
Longitude 131°, nestled among ancient dunes, features sixteen tented pavilions providing a luxurious sanctuary with a profound connection to the surroundings. Guests enjoy unparalleled views of Uluru’s changing colors from their beds or private balconies, often relaxing under the stars in luxury swags. Stylish furnishings and local Indigenous artworks inspire while floor-to-ceiling windows bring the outback indoors.View Resort Suites +
Dining at Longitude 131° sees a creative, contemporary Australian menu enjoyed with a view to Uluru. The finest premium produce is delivered to the Red Centre and combined with bush ingredients to offer guests a unique taste of Australia.Start Planning +
Experiences are provided on an intimate shared basis with fellow guests at scheduled times. A personalised itinerary is created for each guest and presented on arrival at the lodge. Touring may also be arranged on a private basis for an additional charge, subject to availability.
Guided Adventures & Duration
Uluru Sunset – 2 hours
Field of Light – 45 minutes
Table 131° – 2 hours
Walpa Gorge & Kata Tjuta – 4 hours
Mala Walk & Kantju Gorge -2 hours
Mutitjulu Meander – 2 hours
Unparalleled views of Uluru’s changing lights play out from the end of the bed, or on balconies from the warmth of a luxury swag unfurled in the cool night air. Custom furnishings invite stylish lounging, while works by local Indigenous artists offer inspiration.
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