What is the longitude of Uluru?

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What is the longitude of Uluru?

25.3444° S, 131.0369° E

Is Longitude 131 adults only?

Capacity: 4 adults in existing bedding / max capacity 5 persons with rollaway (limited availability). Signature Experiences With Longitude 131° as luxury basecamp, guests can explore the protected cultural and natural landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

Can kids stay at longitude 131?

Longitude 131° welcomes children 10 years and over. Reflecting the easy-going nature of the outback, dress is relaxed at Longitude 131°. Humidity is low in the arid Red Centre; days are sunny and can be hot, with cooler nights that can become quite crisp and cold in winter.

What should I wear to Longitude 131?

Shorts, singlets and more shorts. It’s hot, really hot, at Uluru and thankfully there’s no dress code (leave the stilettos at home).

How expensive is Uluru?

Important COVID-19 update – Visitor restrictions apply

For each:
Adult (18 years and over) $38.00 for 3 days
$50.00 annual pass

Does longitude 131 have air conditioning?

Inside the palatial tents, luxury awaits – objets d’art pay homage to the early Australian pioneers. Air conditioning cools you, a mini bar sustains you, music soothes you, whilst a private bathroom and shower refresh and revitalise.

How long is the drive from Alice Springs to Uluru?

5.5 hours
The drive between Alice Springs and Uluru is an absolute must-do, taking travellers through the heart of the country. And it’s not a long one, either – the one-way trip from Alice Springs to Uluru is just 450km/5.5 hours on fully-sealed roads.

When did longitude 131 Open?

Longitude 131° first opened to global acclaim in 2003, with its otherworldly gathering of safari-style guest tents around a central Dune House the creation of leading Australian architect Philip Cox.

Why is Uluru so expensive?

In fact, it’s the most expensive destination in Australia and the third-most expensive in the world. The reason for this is largely due to the fact that the Ayers Rock Resort — which really consists of four hotels — has a monopoly on all the rooms, restaurants, and shops in the area.

Where is Longitude 131° in Ayers Rock?

Longitude 131° lies in the World Heritage listed outback expanse of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Glamp it up with luxury accommodation and private views of the sun rising and setting over the ‘Big Pebble’ aka Ayers Rock.

Which is the best place to visit Ayers Rock?

Surrounded by the rugged wilderness of the Simpson desert, Red Centre boutique retreat Longitude 131º is the only place in the world where you can admire the inimitable postcard vista of Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) without lifting your head from the pillow. White-tented cabins, luxurious dining and tailor-made exploring make for an unbeatable escape.

How much is Ayers Rock Hotel in AUD?

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (AUD4,363.64), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

How old is the Uluru Lodge in Ayers Rock?

The footprint is light on the earth, the lodge is hunkered low, there is nothing between you and the 600 million-year-old Uluru except red, raw landscape. Susan Kurosawa The Australian

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