Longitude 131° offers immersion in the Australian outback in the purest sense. The beauty and stillness of the desert is palpable. Elevated ‘tents’ yield private views of fabled icon Uluru (Ayers Rock) amidst unfettered luxury. Combined with world-class cuisine and exclusive experiences, Longitude 131° promises an unforgettable encounter with this spirited land.
Accommodation Longitude 131° lies at the gateway to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and faces the fabled Uluru. Each of the 15 elevated luxury tents offers unparalleled private views of the outback icon and unique interiors pay homage to an early Australian pioneer or explorer with an eclectic mix of classical colonial and contemporary pieces. Meticulously designed to remain cool in summer and warm in winter, the immaculately appointed dwellings comprise lavish king or twin beds, floor to ceiling windows for viewing the dramatic sunrise and sunset, complimentary in-suite bar, iPad with entertainment and MP3 input, wireless internet, spacious bathroom with bathrobes and premium amenities, climate control, safe, telephone and twice daily housekeeping including signature turn down service.Capacity:2 adults in existing bedding / max capacity 3 persons with rollaway
Check in/out Times Check-in 2pm / Check-out 10.30am
The Dune House Offering impeccable attention to detail, the Dune House is a stunning and convivial meeting place for lounging, relaxing and swapping stories of desert discoveries with other guests. Situated in the middle of the camp site, a spectacular panorama of the extraordinary landscape provides a dramatic backdrop for savouring sumptuous outback fare in the Dune House Restaurant. Also beneath the canopy roof, a library complete with impressive collection of books, maps, historical literature and other artefacts enabling guests to trace the paths of those legendary explorers and enhance personal discoveries of Australia’s Red Centre. A comprehensive movie and game library is also available. Adjacent to the Dune House, an outdoor swimming pool with terrace is an oasis amongst the sand dunes, inviting refreshment and total immersion in the pristine surroundings.
Restaurant & Bar Longitude 131° offers the best of contemporary Australian cuisine, celebrating a fusion of modern and indigenous flavours. The daily changing menu emphasizes fresh, quality produce to mirror the tranquil, spiritual surrounds – bush tucker at its best. Elegant interiors and personal service ensure a memorable dining experience. The resort’s relaxed bar is open all day in the Dune House. The self-service bar is comprehensively stocked with a quality selection of Australian wines, spirits, champagnes and Australian and imported beers. Tariff includes all meals and selected Australian and imported beverages.
Experiences & Adventures Signature Experiences Longitude 131° offers an exceptional complimentary touring program, designed exclusively for guests. Witness the sun rise and set over the majestic Uluru, take a guided tour of Walpa Gorge and learn the natural history of Kata Tjuta, created over eons of time. Wander through Kantju Gorge, take a tour of the Cultural Centre and visit the Mulgara Gallery and Yulara Township. Discover the wonders of the Southern night sky at Table 131°, an exclusive, unforgettable dining event in a desert setting under a canopy of stars. Experiences are provided on an intimate shared basis with fellow guests at scheduled times. Times are seasonal and subject to sunrise and sunset which vary throughout the year, weather permitting. Touring rotates on a daily basis and all guests enjoy a personalized experiential touring itinerary, with activities scheduled depending on the time and day of arrival.
Optional Experiences (charges apply) An additional menu of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park experiences and beyond offers the chance to tailor a special interest itinerary. An amazing helicopter flight over Uluru or Kata Tjuta is the only way to fully appreciate the scale and grandeur of this spectacular region. Take an exhilarating Harley Davidson motorcycle tour around the base of Uluru or meander through the rich red sand dunes atop a camel to watch the awe inspiring backdrop of Uluru and Kata Tjuta change colour as the sun rises or sets. Activities operate on a limited share basis and charges apply.
Private Touring (charges apply) Design your own itinerary with your own expert guide, subject to availability. Some activities are subject to weather conditions.
Children Longitude 131° welcomes children 10 years and over.
What to Bring Reflecting the easy-going nature of the outback, dress is relaxed at Longitude 131°. Humidity is low in the arid Red Centre; days are sunny and can be hot, with cooler nights that can become quite crisp and cold in winter. Solid walking shoes, comfortable casual clothes and some layers of warmer clothes if travelling in the cooler months are recommended. Hat and sunscreen are essential year round. A camera and keen sense of adventure are a must!
Departure Lounge/Virtuoso Amenities for your stay (for 2018):
- 1 USD $50 Spa Kinara Credit per suite & 1 USD $50 Bespoke Experiences Credit per suite
- Daily full breakfast, for up to two in room guests
- Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi