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A unique ‘campsite’ of 15 tented pavilions within sight of the ancient monolith of Uluru, Longitude 131° offers a remarkable immersion into Australia’s spirited heartland.

Inspired by Africa’s leading bush camps, Longitude 131° sits atop an isolated sand dune at the gateway to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Here, naturalist guides lead insightful treks to discover the Red Centre’s world-famous natural attractions and rich Aboriginal heritage. 

Discovery of this dual heritage-listed wilderness is offset by refined dining, intuitive service and a contemporary take on laidback luxury to create an essential outback experience. The 15 safari-style tents have floor-to-ceiling windows for full-on views of the sun rising and setting over the mighty Uluru, as well as expansive day beds and open fires. You can even choose to unfurl a luxury swag (a traditional bushman’s bedroll) and sleep beneath a canopy of desert stars. 

The Dune Pavilion is the central hub of the camp and where you’ll find the communal dining area, library, bar, pool deck and lounge. Don’t miss a visit to the Kinara Spa where treatments draw on Aboriginal massage techniques and local natural healing ingredients. 

Longitude 131°, at a glance

  • Luxury, eco-sensitive desert camp on the border of Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park
  • Astonishing views of Uluru and the surrounding desert  
  • 15 elevated safari-style tents with white dome roofs and flowing fabric draped to create the illusion of camping 
  • Private terraces with outdoor daybeds and open fires
  • All tents feature crisp white linens, king sized beds and plush furnishings
  • Open and airy communal space, the Dune House
  • Restaurant serving modern Australian cuisine using fresh outback ingredients
  • Private dining under the vast desert night skies 

For leisure and pleasure  

  • Sleep under the stars in a luxury ‘swag’ style bed
  • Kinara Spa where Aboriginal massage techniques meet local natural healing ingredients
  • Insightful cultural excursions with naturalist guides 
  • Guided hikes and helicopter flights 
  • View vibrant Aboriginal art work 
  • Lounging areas decked out in a contemporary campaign style
  • Library 
  • Plunge pool 

  • Zighy Bay was a great recommendation, I don’t remember the last time I spent a week in bare feet, wonderful. Never get a dud holiday from you guys, thank you!

    JR & AR, November 2021