Australian Hotel Feature: Longitude 131, Uluru

Photo credit: Longitude 131

Photo credit: Longitude 131

There is just no disputing Longitude 131 is the best way to stay in Uluru, this gorgeous glamping resort is truly a 5-star experience.

Set among the dunes, this resort offers 16 tented pavilions and a large communal house delivering stunning views of Uluru.


Things to do

Apart from exploring the magnificent views of Uluru, Longitude 131 offer free small group tours. Guest can choose two out of four daily options. Take the opportunity to walk around Uluru at sunset or hike a part of the red glowing Kata Tjuta rocks.

For the adventurous type the hotel can arrange camel rides or even private motorbike tours to explore the gorgeous reds of the desert.

A trip to Ernabella Arts centre is an option if you would like to visit the oldest indigenous art Centre in Australia.



The Dune House isn’t just about the view. It is the centre feature of the resort, where guests can relax and unwind. Sunset drinks and canapes are a must with an array of premium beverages to choose from.

Chef Matthias Beer and his team have curated a menu which connects modern Australian cuisines with indigenous seasons. Longitude 131 says “Guests are intrigued by the flavours and textures of the bush on the menu, with desert-foraged herbs, finger limes, muntrie berries, quandongs and Davidson plums creating a uniquely local dining experience”.

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Louise Brettell