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Aerial view of Longitude 131 and Uluru


Dune Pavilion exterior


Dune Pavilion bedroom


Dune Pavilion deck


Dune Pavilion interior living space


Luxury tent exterior


Luxury tent interior


Uluru glowing at sunset.

Longitude 131, Central Australia

Ultra luxurious camping overlooking Uluru and Kata Tjuta

3 nights from £2,190 per person on all-inclusive basis

A collection of luxury tents set in spectacular surroundings overlooking the sacred sites of Uluru and Kata Tjuta, Longitude 131° is the epitome of glamping: romantic and luxurious, offering guests an intimate encounter with this mystical and magical land. Enjoy the luxury of good food, comfortable beds and wonderful service as well as the best guides for exploring and experiencing this wonderful place. 


With only fifteen luxury 'tents', and a two bedroom Dune Pavilion, all overlooking Uluru (or Ayer's Rock), Longitude 131° is definitely the most glamorous way to experience this profoundly important and spectacular destination.  In addition to their exceptional views, all the spacious, contemporary styled tents have heating and air-conditioning, bose sound systems, CD players and iPod connectivity. Each tent has a balcony for luxurious outdoor lounging, with comfy armchairs, an EcoSmart fire for the evenings and generous daybed. 

For something even more special, the Dune Pavilion is a modern interpretation of the Australian homestead and considered the star

of this luxury camp.  Offering separate living and sleeping areas, bathroom with deep tub overlooking the vast desert landscape and outdoor deck with daybed, fireplace and the ultimate in desert style: a private plunge pool overlooking the outback frontier, for a personal

nature-meets-luxury experience.

Activities & Experiences

Staying at Longitude 131° includes a touring programme, which varies depending on season. Experiences include walking to the Kantju Gorge to witness the gorge walls ablaze with the falling sun and enjoying champagne and nibbling canapés while the sun sets over Uluru. Another experience includes a sunrise walk with a breakfast set up for you at a picturesque resting point. Longitude like to combine history, nature and luxury! Camel, helicopter and harley rides and privately guided tours can also be booked at an additional cost. 

Facilities & Services

A cool sanctuary in Australia’s rich red desert, Spa Kinara (meaning ‘moon’) sits low in the sand dunes at Longitude 131°, connecting the sky to the earth and offering travellers a welcome retreat. Inspired by the design of the ‘wiltja’, the traditional shelter of the land’s indigenous ancestors, guests at Spa Kinara experience a sense of true calm and of being grounded in the landscape.  A signature menu of rejuvenation and relaxation treatments embrace Central Australia’s surprising resource of native beauty products. 

Wholesome breakfasts and gourmet lunches are served for guests in the Dune House and Table 131, the resort's alfresco three course dining experience under the stars is an unforgettable evening rounded off with after dinner drinks at The Dune House. Private dining can also be arranged. The Dune House has a library, dining area, open bar, and swimming pool.

Weather & Seasons

Central Australia, which has little rain at any time of year, is hottest from November to February and at its best between March and May,

when days are warm and evenings cool.  

Getting Here

A complimentary return 4wd transfer will take you for the short drive from Ayers Rock Airport to Longitude 131°. 

Also Worth Considering...

Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island, a short hop from Adelaide

Capella Lodge on Lord Howe Island, 2 hours flying time from Sydney

Why not invite us to put together an Australia adventure or discovery tour for you?

Time to Get in Touch?

Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us an email outlining your requirements.

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