Longitude 131° - Baillie Lodges

A cool sanctuary in Australia’s red desert

Longitude 131° - Baillie Lodges

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Nestled among rich red dunes, Longitude 131° overlooks Australia’s best-known natural icon, Uluru. 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 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.

The Dune House, with its panoramic views of the outback and soaring canopy is the hub of Longitude 131°. Guests dine in the restaurant, relax in the lounge or on the outdoor terrace and fix a sundowner in the bar. Local Aboriginal artworks create a vibrant space, ideal for planning the next adventure.


Dining at Longitude 131° sees a creative, contemporary Australian menu enjoyed with a view to the nation’s spiritual heart, Uluru. The finest premium produce is delivered to the Red Centre and combined with bush ingredients to offer guests a unique taste of Australia.




A red paradise

Home to the World Heritage-listed natural icons Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), Australia’s Red Centre is a vast outback wilderness characterised by endless horizons of rolling red sand dunes, green Desert Oaks and great domes of blue sky. Uluru lies around 60km west of Kata Tjuta and 470km south west of Alice Springs. Kata Tjuta is a mysterious gathering of 36 rock domes and both landmarks are culturally significant to the Indigenous Anangu people.


Our rates include

An iconic outdoor dining experience at Longitude 131°’s Table 131°, with a menu prepared on a remote dune top and served under a blanket of stars.

A physical and spiritual retreat at Longitude 131°’s Spa Kinara which aligns body and soul under the gaze of Uluru. It offers a spiritually grounding, revitalising connection between the traditional country and the vast blue-domed sky that cloaks the landscape.

A signature menu of relaxing and rejuvenating spa treatments.

The help-yourself bar stocked with premium beverages, all dining and in-tent bar. 

Signature guided experiences and airport transfers.


Explore the natural and cultural heritage of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)

Longitude 131° is the ultimate luxury basecamp from which to explore the natural and cultural landscapes of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.  Guests are guided on an itinerary of signature excursions allowing an intimate encounter with the region’s iconic natural attractions

Activities at Longitude 131° include

- Signature experiences: An outdoor dining experience at Table 131°, a guided sunrise expedition to Kata Tjuta and Walpa Gorge, Uluru base walk exploring the history of the Mala people, a cool retreat at Kantju Gorge, a morning walk to the peaceful Mutitjulu waterhole at Uluru.

- Bespoke experiences: Guided hikes to Karu Lookout, Karingana lookout, to the Valley of the Winds and around Uluru. A private tour to the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area. Private dinning at the Top Dune. And a full day tour exploring Kings Canyon and into the creative heart of indigenous Australia, colourful hub of Ernabella Arts.

- Private experiences which include particuar touring and transport in a luxury private vehicle with a personal lodge guide.

- Other activities: The Red Centre offers a swag of options for guests looking to explore more or perhaps pursue a special interest such as helicopter and scene plane flights, motorcycle and camel tours, dot painting, outback cycling and SEIT tours.




Meet the luxury among the red-rust dunes of the Central Desert

Longitude 131° is a gathering of sixteen tented pavilions designed to offer both luxurious sanctuary and a profound sense of place. Guests observe the sights of the outback through floor to ceiling windows, relax on outdoor decks and sleep under a blanket of stars.

- LUXURY TENT: The Luxury Tent features floor to ceiling glass to embrace unparalleled views of Uluru and custom-designed furniture complemented by works by local Indigenous artists offers stylish lounging. An ensuite bathroom provides a generous rain shower, while the complimentary in-suite bar proffers a selection of Australia’s best loved gourmet treats.

- DUNE PAVILION: Expansive and contemporary, the Dune Pavilion is Australia’s only accommodation offering views of both World Heritage-listed Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Offering separate living and sleeping areas featuring custom furnishings and artworks commissioned from local artists, outdoor deck with daybed, fireplace and the ultimate in desert style: a private plunge pool overlooking the outback frontier, for a personal nature-meets-luxury experience.