Longitude 131° - At a Glance
Timeless and enriching, Longitude 131° lies at the gateway to the dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
LONGITUDE 131° - A TRANSCENDENT EXPERIENCE OF DISCOVERY.
Longitude 131° joined the Baillie Lodges collection in November 2013 (sister property to fellow Luxury Lodges Capella Lodge and Southern Ocean Lodge) under an agreement with Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia.
Longitude 131° offers immersion in the Australian outback, a true sense of stillness and beauty in this desert landscape, rich in cultural heritage and history. Luxury tented pavilions float over rust-red dunes where classic touches from bygone eras meld with indigenous textures to evoke a sanctuary of earthy elegance. A private glass wall yields unparalleled views of fabled icon Uluru (Ayers Rock). Explore Uluru and Kata Tjuta and discover an expansive living cultural landscape.
Whether you spend your time learning of the ancient stories of the traditional owners or exploring the stunning flora and fauna with expert guides, this irresistible land will make your senses come alive. Enjoy an outback sundowner at the convivial open bar in the Dune House and savour exceptional cuisine celebrating a fusion of modern and local flavours.
The evening also offers up an experience to last a lifetime when you dine under a glittering canopy of stars at Table 131°. Exclusive ‘Red Centre’ experiences and world-class service combine to deliver an unforgettable encounter with this spirited land.
"Once the beaming red hue of Uluru browns and darkens as the sun sets on Australia's spiritual centre, most visitors begin to depart, leaving the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to its Aboriginal custodians. But for those who stay at Longitude 131° - a five-star tented eco-camp with just 15 luxury tents, a stone's throw from the sandstone monolith - the evening comes alive with the sound of a didgeridoo as the stars twinkle in the skies above." Food and Travel Magazine (UK)
Guests at Longitude 131º enjoy unique tours to discover the highlights of Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa, sharing exclusive and authentic outback experiences with just a few others.
Journey to the heart of Australia
The dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park stretches out over 311,000 acres and is Australia’s most famous natural landscape and arguably a journey to Australia’s heart.
Solitude in the desert...
"Once the beaming red hue of Uluru browns and darkens as the sun sets on Australia's spiritual centre, most visitors begin to depart, leaving the Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park to its Aboriginal custodians. But for those who stay at Longitude 131° - a five-star tented eco-camp with just 15 luxury tents, a stone's throw from the sandstone monolith - the evening comes alive with the sound of a didgeridoo as the stars twinkle in the skies above." ...Food and Travel Magazine (UK)
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