Rock star

Longitude 131°, the luxury desert basecamp at Uluru-Kata Tjuta, offers an essential experience of Australia’s iconic outback in Baillie Lodges’ exclusive style. With clear views of Uluru from the end of the bed, Longitude 131° offers guests a personal connection with the awe-inspiring landscape.

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Treasured as Australia’s spiritual heart, the World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is an ancient outback landscape best known as the ‘Red Centre’. Domed by a rich blue sky and spanning a vast area, the outback’s rugged beauty is heightened by the living presence of the world’s largest monolith, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the sacred red domes of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) which gather nearby. It’s also home to Aboriginal Anangu, custodians of the world’s oldest living culture.

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Longitude 131° is the only accommodation offering direct views of Uluru, right from the end of the bed. The welcoming spaces of the Dune House include a restaurant, bar and in-and outdoor lounging areas, ideal for relaxing with an icy drink and exchanging stories of the day’s adventures in the outback. Vibrant artworks from the region’s Aboriginal artists complement Australian-designed custom furnishings. Glass doors open onto a timeless desert landscape, while up on the Dune Top, guests drink in the views of both Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

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Guests at Longitude 131° dine with a view to Uluru in the Dune House – or outdoors under sparkling stars at Table 131° – on a menu that brings together the country’s finest produce. Aboriginal cooking techniques are combined with bush flavours to create a real taste of Australia; guests encounter foraged outback herbs, finger limes, muntrie berries and quandongs in condiments and cocktails. The open bar is available throughout the day, while sunset drinks and canapés are shared on the Dune Top or in the cool gorges of Uluru.

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With Longitude 131° as luxury basecamp, guests explore the cultural and natural landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. An itinerary of personally guided experiences allows guests a close-up encounter with the Red Centre’s iconic natural attractions and a better understanding of their significance. Guests rise early to walk among the mighty domes of Kata Tjuta or discover the cool reserves of Ulur­­u’s Kantju Gorge at dusk, sipping drinks as the sun casts its gentle light across the curved rise of the rock.

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