Ride a camel and sip champagne while watching The Rock’s sunset glow, Uluru is all about adventure and outback escapism. Longitude 131° offers luxury tented pavilions floating over rust-red dunes. It’s an unrivalled location, and it really comes into its own at sunrise and sunset. Unlike most visitors to Uluru, there’s no need to travel to reach a viewing platform: you can watch the shades of the rock deepen and change with the light from the daybed on your balcony. Or beside your own crackling fire pit.
We also like the activities and experiences on offer here, particularly the chance to dine under the stars while the resident astronomer helps you locate the Southern Cross.
Enjoy the stillness and beauty in this desert landscape. Experience unparalleled views of fabled icon Uluru (Ayers Rock). This massive sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory’s arid “Red Centre” should not be missed.
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