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Lord Howe Island is a nature lover’s paradise. Go swimming, snorkelling or diving in the crystal clear waters of the most southern coral barrier reef in the world or marvel at magnificent landscapes and ocean views on an excellent range of walking trails and hikes.
Lord Howe Island is a remarkable example of an island ecosystem developed from submarine volcanic activity nearly seven million years ago. The island’s isolation and its varied landscape of mountains, valleys, hills, lowlands and sea-cliffs have resulted in diverse habitats supporting many distinctive flora and fauna groups including 241 species of indigenous plants, 207 bird species, 500 species of fish and 90 coral species. The Lord Howe Island Group was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982.
Relax on white sandy beaches, discover the world's tallest sea stack, and tackle one of Australia's best day trek trails climbing Mount Gower, Lord Howe Island's tallest mountain, in this World Heritage island paradise. There's even a golf course.
Discover a wide range of events on Lord Howe Island from community markets and an art trail, to birdwatching, a music festival and wellness weeks.
Disconnect from the rest of the world in this beautiful paradise where walking and biking are the best ways to get around the island.
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