Longitude 131° is located right in the spirited heart of the Northern Territory, Australia, and it “commands spectacular views of the outback icon and World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.” The Red Centre in the Northern Territory is a rich Aboriginal culture and rugged outback beauty and Uluru or Ayers Rock is Australia’s most recognizable natural icon and one of the world’s largest monoliths. Crouched in the lee of a red sand dune and set among desert oaks, the pavilions of Longitude 131° are dwarfed by the majesty of the landscape and the strong, resilient presence of Uluru is omnipresent.
With an impeccable attention to detail, the Dune House is a stunning and convivial meeting place for lounging, relaxing and swapping stories of desert discoveries. The spectacular panorama provides a dramatic backdrop for savoring sumptuous outback fare in the Dune House Restaurant. Beneath the canopy roof there is a library with an impressive collection of books, maps and historical literature. The 15 luxury tents complement the pristine surroundings and provide a private place to rest and relax. In the white linen king-sized bed you will find a serene sleep in the silence of the desert and during night, the constellations brimming with Anangu tales and stories will give you an insight into the power this sacred place holds.