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Longitude 131°

7 nights for £6,045 PP inc flights 10 nights for £8,265 PP inc flights 14 nights for £11,225 PP inc flights *Price based on
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Longitude 131°

Ayers Rock, Australia
7 nights for £6,045 PP inc flights 10 nights for £8,265 PP inc flights 14 nights for £11,225 PP inc flights *Price based on
2 people sharing
If a desert adventure has always been on your bucket list, a stay at Longitude 131° in Ayers Rock is essential. Luxury tents and dune pavilions are the only forms of accommodation here, meaning you’ll be immersed with nature as soon as you put your bags down. Panoramic views are to be expected, interrupted sporadically by the resort’s private helicopter.
 
Décor is grand and exuberant with aboriginal touches for an authentic Australian experience that is carried through to the on-site restaurants. Tours and hikes are available to indulge in if you’re itching to explore but don’t worry about burning out, there’s a sumptuous spa on hand so you can recoup in style.
 
  • Located just two-minutes from Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park 
  • Tented accommodation and pavilions are ideal for explorers wanting the ideal outback base 
  • Exciting adventures, a spa and on-site restaurants ensure boredom isn’t an option 
Get in touch with our team of travel experts to start planning your trip
Best for: Adventure, Couples, Food & Wine, Wellness
Style: Ultra luxury

DETAILS:

  • Best for: Adventure, Couples, Food & Wine, Wellness
  • Style: Ultra luxury
  • Currency: AUD
  • Board Basis: All Inclusive

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 23°c   Feb: 23°c   Mar: 22°c  
Apr: 19°c   May: 16°c   Jun: 14°c  
Jul: 13°c   Aug: 14°c   Sep: 16°c  
Oct: 18°c   Nov: 20°c   Dec: 22°c  

Our Expert View:

“Make sure you’re prepared for the climate at Ayers Rock. Pack walking shoes, casual clothes, hat and sunscreen. Rain is uncommon however can occur at any time, so pack a couple of warmer options too,”
 
Charley, personal travel manager 

Charley, Personal Travel Executive

Amenities:

  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Excursions and Tours
  • Airport Transfers
  • Private Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Boutique
  • Doctor On Call

ACCOMMODATION

With two choices of accommodation available at Longitude 131° Ayers Rock, this is the ideal base for explorers wanting to see what the great outback has in store. Catering for couples, families and larger groups, choose from either a Luxury Tent or a Deluxe Pavilion. Décor is exuberant and beautiful, matching the panoramic views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. 

Luxury Tent

  • Uluru Views
No quintessential Australian outback experience is complete without a stay in a luxury tent… just because you’re in the bush doesn’t mean you have to slum it. Named after various explorers, each tent comes complete with bespoke furniture, a lounge area, floor-to-ceiling windows and a fully furnished balcony so you can really take in the views. 
  • Uluru Views

Dune Pavilion

  • Uluru and Kata Tjuta Views 
Available with either one-bedroom or two, the Dune Pavilions are the perfect choice for families and larger groups thanks to the beautiful amenities found here. Gaze upon idyllic views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta or take a dip in the private plunge pool. Other notable facilities include a bar, private dining options, a luxe bathroom and lashings of unrivalled glamour. 
  • Uluru and Kata Tjuta Views 

Location

  • Comprising more than 311,000 acres, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Ayers Rock is wonderfully located for those wanting a secluded stay in the outback. Airport transfers from Ayers Rock International Airport are available to all guests or alternatively you can embark on a four-hour road trip from Sydney. However, to arrive in style, a helipad is on hand for lavish travellers wanting the best views in the house. Reservations are essential. 

    Comprising more than 311,000 acres, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Ayers Rock is wonderfully located for those wanting a secluded stay in the outback. Airport transfers from Ayers Rock International Airport are available to all guests or alternatively you can embark on a four-hour road trip from Sydney. However, to arrive in style, a helipad is on hand for lavish travellers wanting the best views in the house. Reservations are essential. 
  • How to get there:
    15-minutes by car from Ayers Rock International Airport
  • Time Difference:
    UTC +8, +9.5, +10
  • Currency:
    AUD

DINING

For food that will pamper the heart, comfort the soul and tantalise the taste buds are on hand at The Dune House has it under control. Combining indigenous and outback flavours, expect authentic Australian dishes that will make the mouth water just by reading the menu descriptions. Accompanied by a bar so you can relax post-dinner, witness the natural beauty of Uluru all around you and socialise under the stars. 

LEISURE

From exploring the outback to wandering through art exhibitions, Longitude 131° Ayers Rock has it all when it comes to leisure facilities. Despite being secluded, you won’t run out of things to do thanks to the various hikes and tours on offer which will see you conquer the likes of Kantju Gorge and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. On the other hand, you also have the chance to take a glimpse at local artists at work at local indigenous art centres. Once finished, indulge in a facial or massage at the hotel spa, for a dash of relaxation during your action-packed adventure. 

Keep calm at Kinara

Spa Kinara at Longitude 131° Ayers Rock ensures that all visiting guests will feel tranquil and serene accompanied by marvellous views of Uluru. Expect to be welcomed to this retreat with open arms as you indulge with a signature menu of treatments that will inspire, motivate, refresh and rejuvenate.
 
Native beauty products are used throughout, so for a true taste of Aboriginal marvels, this is an experience you’ll never forget. These are also available to purchase, with all the proceeds from the Scented Emu Bush balm going to the NPY Women’s Council. 

Gorge on panoramic views

For an evening stroll that offers unrivalled beauty, take advantage of the Kantju Gorge tour that will take you to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park before sunset. Learn new things with your guide on hand as he explains the values, geology and much more of this World Heritage Site.
 
Expect to hear nothing but birds chirping and the sounds of nature, as you revel in the peace that this area is renowned for. Sip sparkling wine and devour lush canapes, ideal for couples with a hankering for adventure. 

Get artsy in Australia

To really immerse yourself in the rich culture of the outback, Longitude 131° Ayers Rock runs wonderful excursions that are sure to inspire your inner Vincent van Gogh. Ernabella Arts is just one of these offerings. An indigenous arts centre, and the oldest of its kind, wander through the craft rooms and watch magnificent artists at work. Get the chance to meet them too, and relish the beauty of the work on show. Alternatively, head to The Field of Light solar installation by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro. Made up of 50,000 stemmed frosted-glass spheres, if you wanted even more iconic views, you’ve got them with this choice. 

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