- Summary:Longitude 131° is luxurious, eco-sensitive and romantic
- Feature:Explore this unforgettable landscape
- Rooms:15 Luxury Tents with Balcony
- Location:Uluru ,
Northern Territory ,
- Nearest airport:Uluru Airport
Location and transfer
15 minutes from Uluru Airport by car transfer. NB: Visas are required for Australia.
Prices are available upon request.
Prices are for guidance only. They are subject to availability, change and current exchange rate. You will be advised of the price of the holiday that you wish to book before your contract is confirmed.
Each guest tent features a complimentary in-suite bar, iPad with entertainment and MP3 input, wireless internet, premium bathroom amenities, climate control, a safe, telephone and a twice-daily housekeeping service.
- Rooms: 15
- Room View: Various views
- Facilities: Each of the elevated luxury guest tents offers unparalleled and private views of the Outback icon, Uluru. Unique interiors pay homage to the early Australian pioneers and explorers, with an eclectic mix of classic Colonial and contemporary pieces. Meticulously designed to remain cool in summer and warm in winter, the 'tents' comprise king or twin beds, floor-to-ceiling windows for viewing the dramatic sunrises and sunsets.
Health & Fitness
Indulge and relax in the heart of the central Australian outback by enjoying one of the many rejuvenating treatments at the serene Red Ochre Spa, located within Sails in the Desert Hotel, at the nearby Ayers Rock Resort. Longitude 131° provides return transfers to and from the spa.
Table 131° is an unforgettable dining experience not to be missed. Dine beneath the wondrous southern night sky on sumptuous outback fare. You’ll be greeted by the deep acoustics of the didgeridoo and a cultural dance from Indigenous performers, before feasting on three delicious courses, complemented with the finest Australian wines. After which, you’ll return to Dune House for complimentary after-dinner drinks.
Luxury Itinerary Ideas
The exclusively designed, complimentary Signature Experience treats guests to a sunrise view of Uluru, followed by a guided tour of Walpa Gorge, where you can learn about the history of Kata Tjuta. Wander through Kantju Gorge, take a tour of the Cultural Centre and visit the Mulgara Gallery and Yulara Township. Complete the day with an unforgettable dinner, beneath the southern night sky at Table 131°. An additional menu of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park experiences and beyond, offers guests the chance to tailor-make a special interest itinerary.