Longitude 131° is currently closed as a result of Coronavirus - reopening is planned for July 1.
Uluru has sat in the middle of Australia for hundreds of millions of years but the show it puts on changes constantly. The best venue to watch the spectacle unfold is from Longitude 131° a gathering of luxury pavilions nestled among the landscape.
Dine in the Dune House overlooking the nation’s spiritual heart whilst enjoying cuisine curated from the finest produce from all around the country. In the spirit of the original pioneers relax after a day’s exploring in a stylish ‘tent’ recreated for the modern traveller. Unparalleled views of Uluru play out from the end of the bed or from the warmth of a bespoke swag unfurled in the cool night air.
Retreat to Spa Kinara for an indigenous-inspired treatment or drink in the sunset on the Dune Top with jaw-dropping views to Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Tempting as it is to hunker down here, venture beyond the lodge for signature excursions exploring the dual World Heritage-listed wilderness and become acquainted with the backstory of the desert icons – not just geology but also their timeless connection to Anangu, the traditional owners.