Longitude 131˚ is Australia’s most celebrated luxury camp. Dotted around the red dunes of the central Desert, these luxurious glamping tents offer incredible views of Uluru and across the desert to Kata Tjuta. They provide the perfect opportunity to connect with the outback landscape and its incredible heritage.
Each tented pavilion is designed to offer a luxury experience and features floor-to-ceiling glass, giving you the ultimate Uluru experience and unparalleled views.
Longitude 131˚ first opened in 2003 and was created by an Australian architect by the name of Philip Cox. Baillie Lodges, founded in 2003 by James and Hayley Baillie, then took over in 2013, and the site was transformed into the luxury eco-lodge it is today. Check out more Baille Lodges like Capella Lodge also in Australia, Huka Lodge in New Zealand, and Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge in Canada.
They aim to give people the opportunity to understand this region’s fascinating indigenous culture and geographical heritage. That’s why there is a personalized itinerary of guided experiences available at Longitude 131˚ to give guests the ultimate Aussie outback experience. Read more about them here.
Lowest impact construction and operation
Highest level of energy efficiency
Pioneer in waste management
Fully organic and chemical-free operation
Actively protects nature and community