Reception area is small, beautifully crafted, opening onto the restaurant and bar area.
A white dome roof and flowing fabric draped from the centre create the illusion of camping. But unlike the early pioneers and explorers, guests revel in sublime comfort. Each elevated tent pays homage to an early Australian pioneer or explorer.
In the crisp, white linen of a king-sized bed you find the serene, silent sleep of the desert. Above the sweeping canopy of your palatial tent floats a greater canopy, endless and sparkling. Constellations brimming with Anangu, (local Aboriginal people), tales and stories. The walls of your tent are a visual narrative, telling of the discoveries made by an early outback pioneer.
Longitude 131° offers the best of contemporary Australian cuisine, emphasising fresh, quality produce to mirror the tranquil, spiritual surrounds. Communal dining in the Dune allows guests the chance to meet their fellow 'campers' and exchange stories of their desert encounters.