Longitude 131° Luxury Camp

Yulara, Australia

Longitude 131°, the luxury desert basecamp at Uluru-Kata Tjuta, offers an essential experience of Australia's spirited heartland

Yulara Drive Northern Territories 0872 Yulara Australia
Longitude 131 view and Uluru
Longitude 131 location on the map
Longitude 131
Longitude 131 tent
Longitude 131 dining area
Longitude 131 tent
Longitude 131 tent bedroom
Longitude 131 tent bedroom
Longitude 131 Dune pavillion deck with hot tub
Longitude 131 Dune pavillion deck with hot tub

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.

The welcome open spaces of the central Dune House include the restaurant with ever-changing views of the monolith as a backdrop for every meal as well as lounging areas in contemporary campaign style, ideal for relaxing with an icy drink and exchanging stories of the day’s adventures in the outback.

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Longitude 131

At a Glance

16 tent pavillions.

All suites feature king-size bed, comfortable lounge, spacious bathroom and private balcony with occasional seating and fireplace.

The Dune House is the central hub of Longitude 131°, where guests dine and relax.

Spa Kinara offers a signature menu of rejuvenation and relaxation treatments that embrace Central Australia’s surprising resource of native beauty products, including Kakadu plum, quandong, irmangka-irmangka, desert lime, Australian yellow clay and nutrient-rich Australian desert salts.

There are dialy flights from Sydney and Alice Springs to Ayers Rock airport. Alice Springs is abouy 4.5 hours (450 km) by car.

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Renowned as the spiritual heart of Australia, the Red Centre in the Northern Territory is rich in Aboriginal culture and rugged outback beauty. Dual World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a living cultural landscape, covering an area over 311,000 acres. Australia’s most recognisable natural icon and one of the world’s largest monoliths, Uluru (Ayers Rock) is the region’s gem and the sacred red domes of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) stand nearby.

Delve into the foundation of Anangu culture and learn some of the ancient creation stories of the traditional custodians. The timeless, rolling red sand dunes of the desert are surprisingly alive with verdant native vegetation and a myriad of wildlife. Spend time exploring the stunning flora and fauna and come face to face with this irresistible land in a sensory experience at once magic, majestic and splendidly isolated.


Indigenous artworks from local artists stand alongside an array of artefacts of the first western pioneers. Glass doors open on to a timeless desert landscape, affording guests an easy encounter with the outdoors. Floor to ceiling windows and a high canopied roof offer a cool retreat from the Red Centre and lead the style of the guest pavilions beyond.

Positioned at the highest point at Longitude 131°, the Dune Top is surrounded by 360° panoramic views – it’s the perfect venue to drink in the changing colours of Uluru and Kata-Tjuta. By day, survey the scene from the deck or from the cool of the plunge pool (or warmth in winter) and select an icy beverage from the bar – it’s always a toast-worthy moment! By night, the Dune Top transforms into a sleek setting for sundowners. Secluded dining alcoves offer the option to dine intimately under the stars.

The 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.