Timeless and enriching, Longitude 131° lies at the gateway to the dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Offering complete 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 aboriginal textures to evoke a sanctuary of earthy elegance. A private glass wall yields unparalleled views of fabled icon Uluru (Ayers Rock).
How to get there: Uluru located in the Red Centre of Australia in Northern Territory is accessible with daily flights to Ayers Rock airport from Sydney, Cairns, Melbourne and Darwin. For those seeking a more scenic arrival, or spectacular departure, helicopter transfers are available from Ayers Rock Airport to the nearby Longitude 131° helipad.
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Adopt the spirit of the original pioneers in a canopied pavilion reimagined for the modern traveller. Custom-designed furniture offers stylish lounging, whilst the bespoke Bed dressed in fine linens and luxurious throws holds centre stage. Private floor to ceiling windows yield unparalleled views of Uluru, opening onto an expansive balcony with day bed, armchairs and fireplace.
Offering some of the best contemporary Australian cuisine, curated from the finest produce from all around the country, combined with indigenous and outback flavours to create a unique taste of Australia. The Dune House, with its panoramic views and soaring roof is the perfect place to dine and relax.