Longitude 131° is a luxury desert basecamp at Uluru-Kata Tjuta, offering an essential experience of Australia’s spiritual heartland. Explore the World Heritage-listed wilderness on guided excursions, connect with the ancient culture of the Anangu people, and dine on native ingredients and produce sourced from around the nation. Relax in a luxury tented pavilion with unparalleled views of Uluru, or enjoy the sunset on the Dune Top with jaw-dropping views of both Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Retreat to Spa Kinara for an indigenous-inspired treatment, or sleep under the stars in a custom-made swag.
Unique or special aspects
- Longitude 131° is one of the few places in the world where you can wake up to the sight of Uluru from your bed, or watch its colours change throughout the day from your balcony.
- Longitude 131° offers exclusive access to some of the most sacred and spectacular sites in the national park, such as Kantju Gorge, Mutitjulu Waterhole, and Walpa Gorge.
- Longitude 131° hosts a range of signature experiences, such as the Table 131° dinner under the stars, the Field of Light art installation by Bruce Munro, and the Sounds of Silence dinner with live didgeridoo and stargazing.
- Longitude 131° is a member of Luxury Lodges of Australia and Unique Lodges of the World, and has won numerous awards for its design, service, and sustainability.
Longitude 131° is located just outside the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, within 10 kilometres direct line of sight to Uluru, and a short driving distance of Yulara, in the Northern Territory, Australia. The resort is surrounded by ancient dunes and desert oaks, and overlooks the vast red landscape of the outback. The resort is accessible only by air or road, and transfers are provided to connect with all Ayers Rock Airport flights.
Longitude 131° is designed in a tent-style with contemporary furnishings, artworks by local indigenous artists, and an array of mod cons. The resort consists of 15 guest suites (tents) and the main communal Dune House which houses the lodge’s restaurant, bar, library, lounge areas and boutique. The tents are spacious and airy, with floor-to-ceiling windows, king-size beds, ensuite bathrooms, climate control, Bose sound system, iPad with entertainment options, Wi-Fi, minibar, and Nespresso machine. Each tent has a private balcony with a fireplace and a daybed that can be converted into a swag for outdoor sleeping.
Spa with healing balm made locally
View it all day long
Made in line with Oz’s strictest environmental and cultural regulations
Most power from solar, no baths, grows produce
Artist in residence programme