Longitude 131°

Location: Northern Australia | Australia

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

The award-winning Longitude 131° is located at the gateway to the dual UNESCO World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, providing its guests with an intimate and close encounter with this spirited land. Offering just a handful of luxurious tents with stunning views over both Uluru and Kata Tjuta, exquisite food and wine, plus an exclusive touring programme, you are guaranteed a unique experience a stone's throw from the famous Uluru (Ayers Rock). 

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In the knowThe area is of deep cultural significance to the local Aboriginal people, who gave the name Uluru to the rock and the national park which surrounds it.

Recommended for...

  • Seriously special
  • Setting & Views
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Romantic

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Longitude 131° sits in the central desert country near Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas).

Rooms at Longitude 131°

Forget pitching your own tent and cooking over the fire - Longitude 131° takes glamorous camping, or ‘glamping’, to another level. Each of the luxury tents is nestled amongst the dunes, elevated from the ground and lavishly decorated with stone floors, woven rugs, indigenous artworks, fine linens and feather duvets. Couple this with a vast dome roof, king-sized beds and balconies with cosy fireplaces where you can watch the ever-changing colours of Uluru, and you’re left with some very happy campers.

The Dune Pavilion, which comes with its own plunge pool, is the only bedroom in Australia where you can enjoy views of both Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

Food & Drink

Dine under the spectacular pink desert sky at the Dune House, where you can enjoy exquisite dishes that fuse modern Australian cuisine with international flavours. Have an ice-cold drink from the bar at the Dune Top while taking in the panoramic views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.


Relax in between exploring Uluru at the Dune House, which has a lounge, a library and an inviting pool. 

Activities at Longitude 131°

An exclusive touring programme, designed especially for Longitude 131° guests, is included in your stay. In the company of only a few, you'll get a unique insight into this sacred land, the local Aboriginal culture and the native flora and fauna of the desert, and explore on foot and by camel as the sun rises and sets.

For many guests, a highlight of their stay is an evening sundowner atop a secluded sand dune followed by dinner in an exclusive desert setting. You could also explore the base of Uluru on a Harley Davidson, or take to the air in a helicopter for unforgettable views over this unique monolith from above.

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Hotel location

Longitude 131° operates complimentary transfers for guests to and from the nearby Ayers Rock Airport, a 15-minute drive away. You can also arrive in style on a scenic helicopter flight, landing at the hotel's helipad.

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