Outback Dreaming

The sun sets over Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, bringing to an end another magnificent day of adventure in the Australian outback. Your peaceful retreat amid the World Heritage-listed landscape at Longitude 131° teams with luxury drawn from stunning natural surroundings and a deep appreciation for the storied Anangu culture. Discover the unique accommodations and activities designed to enrich your Northern Territory getaway:

Uncover a Desert Dream

Take in the view of the majestic Uluru outside the floor-to-ceiling windows of your tented pavilion. Each elegant suite at Longitude 131° channels the lodging of explorers past, with the elegant addition of custom-designed furniture and an expansive balcony with fireplace and daybed. The hotel is set to offer even more desert luxury with the 2017 opening of its Dune Pavilion, a secluded oasis with its own private plunge pool.


Dine al fresco amid the sounds of the outback at Table 131° and savor four courses of sumptuous local fare paired with fine Australian wines. You’ll toast with newfound friends, celebrating an unforgettable day spent connecting with the land and its history, then gather to gaze at the blanket of stars that light up the night sky as the resort’s resident astronomer shares tales of southern constellations.


Uncover the physical and spiritual magnitude of Uluru on a guided walk to the Mutitjulu waterhole. Along the way, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of this land’s fascinating history as you encounter rock art and other sites important to the Anangu people and early explorers.


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