If Australia were to have a beating heart, most would likely say it beats from Ayers Rock, and at Longitude 131, this World-Heritage listed icon is right at your doorstep.Read More
Set amongst a majestic backdrop of Ayers Rock, a natural landmark thought to be 550 million years old, and Kata Tjuta National Park, a collection of magnificent 36 rock domes, this luxury glamping destination provides guests with an unparalleled view of Australia’s Red Centre.
Sixteen luxurious glamping tents overlooking the majestic beauty of Australia’s Outback, a destination for rolling red dunes and a warm colourful sky, Longitude 131 is quite possibly, one of the most luxurious experiences Australia has to offer.
Guests can enjoy an all-inclusive culinary journey as they dine underneath a starry night sky at Table 131, an authentic dining experience renowned world-wide. When the morning rolls around, they can opt-in for a generous offering of adventurous activities, including scenic helicopter rides, cycling, camel rides, and the Valley of the Winds walk, a day-time hike that enters Kata Tjuta.
Upon arrival back on camp, guests can partake in a day spa experience at Spa Kinara, a therapeutic destination offering relaxing Indigenous-inspired treatments to soothe, align and heal.