Uluru

Longitude 131°

Overview

Uluru views

Longitude 131° is the ultimate luxury camp from which to explore the natural and cultural landscapes of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

Dotted among the red-rust dunes of the Central Desert are 15 tented suites, each with views out to the sacred rock and decked out. There’s also the two-bedroom Desert Pavilion with a plunge pool and fabulous Aboriginal artworks.

The welcome open spaces of the central Dune House include a restaurant and bar with ever-changing views of the monolith as a backdrop for fabulous dining 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.

Facts

At a glance

  • 15 tented suites

  • Two-bedroom pavilion with plunge pool

  • Restaurant and bar

  • Spa

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Experiences

  • 1 Uluru Sunset

    Uluru sunset

    Capture the changing lights reflected over Uluru’s many faces as the sun slips down below the horizon, chilled glass and canapé in hand. The essential Outback experience.

  • 2 Field of Light

    Field of Light experience

    See Bruce Munro’s internationally acclaimed art phenomenon, Field of Light. Created from 50,000 bud-like stems and crowned with radiant frosted-glass spheres, the installation blooms and appears to sway as darkness descends over Australia’s spiritual heartland.

  • Cuisine

    Table 131°

    Dine out and discover the wonders of the night sky at an exclusive venue among the dunes. Enjoy the sense of natural theatre over four courses complemented with fine Australian wines.

Community & Culture

Baillie Lodges actively seeks engagement with the communities in which each lodge is set, ranging from establishing supplier relationships with food and beverage producers, local artists and furnishing designers to supporting school education initiatives, community events and work experience programs.

This includes supporting Ernabella Arts, is the oldest, continuously running Indigenous arts centre in Australia, as well as sponsoring a ceramist teacher and ongoing education for the community, setting up quarterly artists-in-residence programs at the lodge allowing a rare cultural exchange between guests and Aboriginal artists.

Footprint

Longitude 131° is situated on privately owned land and is surrounded by Katiti Aboriginal Land and the dual World Heritage listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. A host of measures has been undertaken to protect the unique environmental and cultural heritage of the area.

Longitude 131° has been carefully designed to have minimal impact on the delicate natural environment. Guest tents are designed to ‘float’ above the sandy desert floor, as well as being designed with a focus on energy thermal efficiency to enhance cooling in summer and insulation in winter.

What makes us different

Why Niarra

Niarra Travel is a forward-thinking travel company headquartered in London born out of a passion to do things differently.

In Swahili, a Bantu language spoken by millions in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa, the name Niara means "with utmost purpose" and our team are united by a passion for exploration and a belief that the right kind of travel can make the world a better place.

Our Travel Researchers are here to create incredible trips with a positive impact for you.

  • Unforgettable experiences

    Creating your trip is entirely collaborative and our Travel Researchers are here for every step.

  • Positive impact

    Curated sustainable experiences and accommodation that maximize the benefits to local people and place.

  • Fairness and transparency

    An open, competitive pricing structure that ensures more money goes to where it's needed in the destination.

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