Longitude 131 Luxury 

Longitude 131

Spa
Set among the spinifex and the red sand of the outback, Spa Kinara is a cool, calm retreat reflecting the clever design of a traditional Aboriginal shelter, or wiltja. Kinara means ‘moon’ in Pitjantjara, and offers a spiritually grounding, revitalising connection between the traditional country and the vast blue-domed sky that cloaks the landscape.

A signature menu of relaxing and rejuvenating spa treatments embrace the Red Centre’s surprising resource of native beauty products, from Kakadu plum, quandongs and Scented Emu Bush to desert lime, Australian yellow clay and nutrient-rich desert salts.

Luxury Tent
The Luxury Tent features floor to ceiling glass to embrace unparalleled views of Uluru, either from the end of the bed or from the day bed on a private balcony. 3 nights from AUD $4,590 per person twin share.

Features
King or twin beds
Ensuite with rain shower
Private balcony with day bed
Feature fireplace
Floor to ceiling glass windows
Unparalleled Uluru views

Lounge and terrace
Custom-designed furniture from Australian designers complemented by works by local indigenous artists offers stylish lounging after a day of exploring the Red Centre. Private floor to ceiling windows yield unparalleled views of Uluru, quite literally at the end of the bed, opening onto an expansive balcony with day bed, armchairs and fireplace.

Bedroom and ensuite
Sink into our signature ‘Baillie Bed’, the ideal place to rest between busy days exploring remarkable destinations and enjoying world-class wining and dining. An ensuite bathroom offers a generous rain shower, while the complimentary in-suite bar proffers a selection of Australia’s best loved gourmet treats.

Dune Pavilion
Expansive and contemporary, the Dune Pavilion is Australia’s only accommodation offering views of both World Heritage-listed Uluru and Kata Tjuta. 3 nights from AUD $9,180 per person twin shareFeatures
Two bedrooms with ensuite
Separate living and sleeping areas
Feature EcoSmart fireplaces
Outdoor lounges and day bed
Private plunge pool
Deep bathtubs and rain showers
Views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta

Lounge and terrace
Architecturally designed as a modern interpretation of the Australian homestead, the Pavilion is considered the star of the luxury camp. Offering separate living and sleeping areas featuring custom furnishings and artworks commissioned from local artists, 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.

Bedroom and ensuite
The Dune Pavilion features two private bedrooms, each with a king size ‘Baillie Bed’, and is ideal for individuals or couples seeking a glamorous retreat, or friends or families travelling together. Ensuite feature rain showers and deep outback-style tubs overlooking the vast desert landscape.

All rates include all meals and open bar , In tent bar replaces once per day

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Longitude 131

Gathered as if around a campfire, fifteen luxury tents at Longitude 131° each offer views to Uluru – from the end of the bed! The premium Dune Pavilion is the only accommodation with views to both World Heritage-listed wonders Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

Nestled among ancient dunes, Longitude 131° is a gathering of sixteen tented pavilions designed to offer both luxurious sanctuary and a profound sense of place. Unparalleled views of Uluru’s changing lights play out from the end of the bed, or on balconies from the warmth of a luxury swag unfurled in the cool night air. Custom furnishings invite stylish lounging, while works by local indigenous artists offer inspiration. Guests observe the sights of the outback through floor to ceiling windows, relax on outdoor decks and sleep under a blanket of stars.

Treasured as Australia’s spiritual heart, the dual World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is an ancient desert landscape widely
known as the ‘Red Centre’. Domed by a deep blue sky and spanning a vast expanse of the Northern Territory, the outback’s rugged beauty
is heightened by the living presence of one of the world’s largest monoliths, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the sacred red domes of Kata Tjuta
(The Olgas) which stand nearby.
With Longitude 131° as luxury basecamp, guests are guided on an itinerary of signature excursions allowing an intimate encounter with the
region’s iconic natural attractions. Stories of the land’s traditional custodians shared along each of the tours add a personal education of
the local landscape and culture to the experience. Expeditions are shared with fellow guests and operate on a rotating basis dependant on
day of arrival and weather permitting. Scheduled timing is subject to sunrise and sunset times which vary throughout the year according
to the Red Centre’s distinct seasons.
Seasons of the Red Centre
The region’s semi-arid climate produces great travelling conditions. Warm, sunny days with minimal rainfall are the norm for much of the
year. Typical desert weather patterns make for reasonable fluctuations in temperature between day and night. During the summer months,
average temperatures range from 35°C during the day to 18°C overnight. In the winter months, the average daytime temperature is 22°C
and 0°C overnight.
Typical 3 Night Experiences Program (Classic Uluru)
Recommended stay to enjoy both lodge and destination.
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
Signature Welcome Walpa Gorge & Kata Tjuta Mutitjulu Meander Morning at Leisure
Uluru Sunset & Field of Light Mala Walk & Kantju Gorge Optional Bespoke Experience* Or Optional Bespoke Experience*
Table 131° Dune House Dinner Dune-top Dining* Palya – Departure
*Additional charges apply
Signature Experiences (Included)
These experiences are provided on an intimate shared basis with fellow guests at scheduled times. Private touring can be arranged at
additional cost subject to availability.
Uluru Sunset
Capture the changing lights reflected over Uluru’s many faces as the sun slips down below the horizon, chilled glass and canapé in hand.
The essential outback experience!
Field of Light
Experience Bruce Munro’s internationally acclaimed art phenomenon, Field of Light. Created from 50,000 bud-like stems and crowned
with radiant frosted-glass spheres, the installation blooms and appears to sway as darkness descends over Australia’s spiritual heartland.
Arrive at dusk and meander around the field before enjoying the cool night skies at Table 131°. The solar-powered exhibition lights up the
outback.
Table 131°
Dine out and discover the wonders of the night sky at an exclusive venue among the dunes. Enjoy the sense of natural theatre over four
courses complemented with fine Australian wines. Later, the Lodge guide regales the gathering with tales of the Southerly constellations.
Table 131° operates subject to weather and climatic conditions.
Walpa Gorge & Kata Tjuta
Explore the impressive formation of Kata Tjuta on a walk through Walpa Gorge and discover how eons of weathering and continental
upheaval have created today’s landscape. Afterwards, visit the Cultural Centre where informative and interactive displays provide insight
into the spiritual and cultural meanings of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Mala Walk & Kantju Gorge
Join the Lodge guide for a gentle walk along a portion of Uluru’s base and learn about the history of the Mala people, viewing cave
paintings and other relevant sites important to both Anangu and the early explorers. Enter Kantju Gorge at dusk to witness the rock walls
ablaze with the light of the setting sun. Revel in the silence and solitude with sunset drinks and canapés.

Additional options (Not Included)
Private Touring – Plan Your Own
Many guests value the option of private touring with a personal guide. Follow the signature program or design a personal itinerary – subject
to availability, Longitude 131° can tailor an exceptional program. Half or full day private touring is available at an additional cost and pre booking is essential.

Private Transfers
Private transfers to and from the National Park icons are available for those who wish to stay on after scheduled experiences to Uluru and
Kata Tjuta. Perfect for the keen and confident walker. (Additional Charges Apply)
Adventure Operators (Additional Charges Apply)
Longitude 131° works closely with local specialist operators providing adventure options such as camel rides, motorcycle tours, scenic
helicopter or plane flights and outback cycling.
Uluru Camel Tours
Join a camel train through red dune country, with Uluru and Kata Tjuta as a stunning backdrop. Most popular at sunrise and sunset, tours
are guided by cameleers who love to share the animals’ quirky names and stories.
Uluru Motorcycle Tours
Feel the rush of travelling down the highway on the back of an authentic Harley Davidson and cruise through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National
Park on a bike or trike.
Helicopter Scenic Flights
Take adventure to new heights, lifting off from the lodge’s helipad on a range of scenic flights. Most popular, the 30 minute aerial tour of
Uluru and Kata Tjuta – recommended as an exhilarating arrival or departure experience.
Scenic Plane Flights
Soar high above the desert and see the outback from a spectacular new angle. Choose from a range of light plane adventures taking in
the region’s iconic natural attractions or travel further afield to Lake Amadeus and Kings Canyon.
Outback Cycling
Jump on a mountain bike and cycle the 15 kilometre path around the base of Uluru. It’s a unique adventure on two wheels. Limited operation
in the summer months.
Uluru Segway Tours
Discover Uluru… differently! Quietly and effortlessly cruise around the base of the monolith on a fully guided segway tour.
Indigenous Art (Additional Charges Apply)
Ernabella Arts Tour – by 4WD or Air Longitude 131° Exclusive
Delve into the creative heart of indigenous Australia on this trip to the remote, colourful hub of Ernabella Arts. Cross the border into
South Australia to visit the normally closed community and meet the talented group of artists in the studio. Gain insight into the stories
and techniques at the foundation of their artworks and create a ceramic tile to take home. Operated on a private basis the experience is
best combined with a scenic air transfer (also option to undertake the journey by road). Tour duration: 10 hours by 4WD or up to 6.5 hours by air.
Seasonal operation during the winter months only. Pre-booking recommended.
Art Galleries
Nearby Ayers Rock Resort plays host to four art galleries displaying a variety of works inspired by the landscape of Central Australia.
Mulgara Gallery and Wintjiri Gallery regularly run ‘Artist in Residence’ programs offering guests a wonderful opportunity to engage with
the artists and hear the stories behind their craft. Longitude 131° offers a transfer on request to the galleries in Yulara’s town centre.
Dot Painting Workshops
Maruku Arts offers a fun introduction to Aboriginal art and the opportunity to learn about the symbols and painting styles used by local
indigenous women in their artworks. Sit in the company of the ladies and with their guidance, create a take-home artwork.