Longitude 131° Getting there
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.
Ayers Rock Connellan Airport receives daily flights from most major Aussie cities. Head to Qantas (www.qantas.com.au; 13 13 13), or Virgin Australia (www.virginaustralia.com; 13 67 89) for flights. Longitude 131° is a ten minute drive from the airport and complimentary return 4WD transfers meets every scheduled flight.
You can hire a car at Alice Springs or Ayres Rock Airport where you will find all the usual car rental options, but pre-booking your car is recommended. The drive from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock is 450km (about four and a half hours). You can park your car at the Ayers Rock Airport or at Voyages sister property Sails in the Desert. Someone from the resort will come and meet you at your location with a complimentary return transfer to Longitude 131°.
Coach transfers are available and operate services between Ayers Rock Resort, which is adjacent to Longitude 131°, and Kings Canyon and Alice Springs. Coach bookings can be made through the Voyages Travel Centre.