Inside the photo: Longitude 131, Northern Territory

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bec Lawrence
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An iconic outback honeymoon in the heart of Australia is exactly what we need right now. Escape the thought of the cold Winter that’s upon us and come with us as we explore a luxury hotel with a difference.

About the location 

470km South West of Alice Springs, in Australia’s red centre, you’ll find Longitude 131. Tucked away surrounded by the iconic Australian landscape, this little piece of paradise has been crafted to have minimal impact on the delicate environment that surrounds.

You can get to Longitude 131 by air within three hours from the east coast of Australia or take a 4.5 hour road trip from Alice Springs.

About the accommodation

When you stay at Longitude 131, one of the sixteen tented pavilions will be your private, luxury oasis. With unparalleled views of one of Australia’s most iconic sites, you’ll be able to enjoy the landscape through floor to ceiling windows or on one of the pavilions outdoor decks.

With two types of accommodation on offer you can select from a luxury tent or a dune pavilion.

The luxury tent features a rain shower, private balcony with a day bed and a fireplace.

The dune pavilion offers deep bath tubs and rain showers, two bedrooms and ensuites, separate living and sleeping areas as well as a private plunge pool.

About the photo

Yes, you did read that right, we did just casually mention a private plunge pool with incredible views of the outback.

Also loving

Included in the tariff are a range of activities that you can take part in with your fellow guests. Examples of the experiences you can enjoy include the Mutitjulu Meander where you’ll take a morning walk to a sacred Aboriginal site enjoying a waterhole, the Uluru sunset experience, feast at Table 131 and more.

All images via Longitude 131

Ms Floral Says: Uluru is such a magical, breathtaking place we should all try to visit at least once in our lives. Longitude 131 looks like a divine place to stay while there!

About Bec Lawrence: I’m an animal lover, sustainability advocate and natural landscape enthusiast. On a good weekend, you’ll find me hiking with my two adorable beagles and my equally adorable husband.

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