Seabirds breed in their 100s of 1000s on this charming group of islands.
Enjoy a barbecue on the beach. Stay in luxury accommodation.
Walk via rainforest in the Valley of the shadows and hand-feed fish at Neds Beach.
Go diving or snorkeling on the reef and see up to ninety coral species as well as reef fish and turtles.
Rent a cycle from Wilsons Bike hire and explore the famous island, which is just eleven km long. You can also kayak, surf, windsurf, and stand-up paddleboard.
You will feel unique on Lord Howe Island.
Only four-hundred visitors are permitted at any one time, although you will have to share this island paradise, six-hundred km east of the Australian mainland, with big flocks of seabirds that nest there each year.
You can scuba dive, surf, and snorkel among more than five-hundred species of crystal-clear waters on the world’s most southerly coral reefs or spot them from the relaxation of a glass-bottomed boat.
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Walking trails criss-cross the island, from green rainforest and calm beaches to the island’s summits.
Mount Gower rises 876 meters and has amazing panoramic views from the top.
Pamper yourself with a deluxe spa treatment and late dine on fish caught on the reefs.
The island has a wide range of locations to stay, from apartments and restores.
Among the many things to do is deep-sea game fishing. Many charter boats run from the island.
Lord Howe Island is a special location for paddleboarders as it provides everything stand-up paddleboarders would be after.
It has a big ten kilometers for the starters and flatwater enthusiasts, with crystal clear water and charming coral reefs to paddle over.
For the more adventurous or if you are into the surf side of standup paddleboarding, Lord Howe Island has fourteen surf breaks to provide.