Longitude 131° is the most innovative camp in Australia’s Red Centre.

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Catering to just 30 guests and set on top of an isolated sand dune close the border of Uluru-Kata Tjunta National Park, Longitude 131° offers luxury tented accommodation.

Each tent backs up to the slope of the dune with the bush underneath the floor and around the stilts. The bathroom has ingenious features like the long shallow sink suggesting a rock ledge.

If you feel like being sociable, the Dun House at Longitude 131° is a superb setting in which to enjoy a quiet drink, a fine lunch or dinner or to delve into the intriguing collection of books, maps and other artefacts of the Red Centre's rich heritage.

Activities on offer include day trips to Uluru and the Kata Tjuta and camel riding or helicopter tours.

Why we love it

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Guests sleep under the sweeping canopy of their tent and wake up with private views of the sun rising over Uluru (Ayres Rock).

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Miranda and Katie are our Uluru & The Northern Territory experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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