The Baillie Bonus rewards guests with exclusive value adds / inclusions at each property when booking more than one Baillie Lodge stay within a single itinerary. To qualify for the Baillie Bonus the reservation must be a multi lodge stay incorporating two lodges or more into a single itinerary:
- For bookings of 2 lodges a minimum 6 night stay applies (eg. 3 + 3 or 4 + 2 Nights)
- For bookings of all three Baillie Lodges a minimum 9 night stay applies
- Minimum 2 night stay at any lodge
- When the ‘multi lodge itinerary’ includes Longitude 131°, guests enjoy a scenic 15 minute helicopter flight to view Uluru.
- When the ‘multi lodge itinerary’ includes Southern Ocean Lodge, guests receive a complimentary upgrade to the next suite category
- When the ‘multi lodge itinerary’ includes Capella Lodge, guests receive an Island-inspired BBQ lunch pack (including premium wine), delivered to one of many idyllic locations.
01/09/2017 to 31/12/2018
Longitude 131 Information
- Location & Getting There
Uluru (Ayers Rock) is located in the Red Centre of Australia, in the Northern Territory. Direct flights are available between Ayers Rock Airport and both Sydney, Cairns and Alice Springs. Flight times are approximately 3 hours from Sydney and Cairns and 1 hour from Alice Springs. Longitude 131 is then a short 20-minute drive from Ayers Rock Airport. Guests can also opt for the more scenic and far more exhilerating helicopter transfer between Ayers Rock Airport and and the Longitude 131 helipad.
The lodge's 15 luxurious pavilions, nestled in the desert between Uluru and Kata Tjuta, comprise a palatial sleeping and lounge space, spacious ensuite bathrooms with oversized rain showers and complimentary in-suite bar. One entire glass wall provides unparalled private vistas of the sunrise and sunset of Uluru with just a flick of the bedside switch - a completely sophisticated version of an explorer's tent!
- Dining: 1 restaurant, 1 bar
Outdoor excursions abound from Longtitude 131! Visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, journey along the Mala Walk, walk into the Mutitjulu waterhole, catch a sunrise from the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area or explore the area on a camelback.
Children under the age of 12 are unfortunately not permitted.