Lord howe Island
an untouched paradise
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LORD HOWE ISLAND
new experiences around every corner
An escape to Lord Howe Island is an immersion in nature unlike any other. Experience a pristine tropical paradise: climb its peaks, stroll winding paths beneath sprawling kentia palms and banyan trees, and dive under the surface to witness a kaleidoscope of colour on the island’s reefs, home to 450 species of fish and 90 species of coral.
Formed millions of years ago by a volcano erupting from the sea, Lord Howe Island is just 11km long and 2km wide, not even a tenth of the size of London. To preserve the island’s unique ecosystem, only 400 guests are able to set foot at any one time; giving a feeling of having the haven all to yourself.
The island is centred by two rugged peaks, Mount Gower and Mount Lidgbird. But nature isn’t the only appeal, between hikes, dives, bird watching and turtle watching the island boasts several world class dining experiences, and a golf course unlike any you’ve seen before.
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