Uluru and the Outback

Glamping Tents at Kings Canyon

In the heart of the epic landscape of the Red Centre

Luxury camping in Australia's Red Centre

Each of the six luxury canvas tents has been designed to blend into the beautiful Northern Territory surroundings, and a stay here is a wonderful way to experience this incredible part of Australia.

Three of the tents have been designed for couples, while the other three are perfect for families. Each tent features a lounge area, dining space, outdoor deck with seating and an en-suite bathroom stocked with Australian-made skincare products. There is also air conditioning to provide welcome relief from the heat of the Outback.

Guests staying in the tents will still enjoy the facilities of the Kings Canyon Resort, including Carmichael’s Restaurant, the Desert Oaks Bistro, the Outback BBQ & Grill and the Thirsty Dingo Bar.

Highlights

Six luxury, ensuite canvas tents

Use of the restaurants at the main Kings Canyon Resort

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Uluru and the Outback

Longitude 131°
The scale and beauty of the Australian outback is truly awe inspiring. Longitude 131° allows you to really experience the magic of the country’s spiritual heart and discover the rich history and indigenous culture. Always in sight, Uluru dominates the sparse landscape of the Red Centre, and guests are rewarded with ever-changing views as the light dances across the rock face. 15 luxury tents are nestled among the rust-red dunes, their canopied roofs dotted across swathes of sand. Each tent is beautifully furnished and features floor-to-ceiling windows that open out onto a private deck with day bed, armchairs and a fireplace. Here you can gaze out across the ochre landscape, and really appreciate the beauty of this vast undisturbed wilderness. Each tent is named after an explorer or pioneer and framed artifacts are displayed on the walls, complimented by colourful works of indigenous art. Longitude 131° showcases the very best of contemporary Australian cuisine, complimented by an excellent selection of fine wines. Choose to dine in the Dune House or under the stars at Table 131, the ultimate dining experience. Sunset drinks are served each evening and after dinner, the resident astrologer will regale guests with tales of the southern constellations. Acquire some respite from the warm weather at Red Ochre Spa, located at the nearby Ayers Rock Resort. Return transfers to the spa are included and guests can relax with treatments inspired by nature. There is so much to explore in this beautiful and spiritual land, and all your tours and excursions are included. Learn about the history of the sacred Uluru, explore gorges and visit the Field of Light solar installation, an international-acclaimed work of art. Blooming and glowing in the deepening darkness of the evening, small stems sway in the breeze to create a remarkable and enchanting scene.