Lord Howe Island is located 420 nautical miles north east of Sydney, less than two hours flight from Sydney or Brisbane with Qantas. Listed as one of Australia’s first World Heritage Sites, in 1982, it is often described as the most beautiful island in the world. Mountains at the southern end, over 850 metres high, look down, to the west, on a crescent shaped lagoon, fringed by the most southerly coral reef in the world.

Lord Howe’s pristine natural environment serves as a host to a wide range of activities including: kite boarding, mountain trekking and ocean kayaking, or check out some of our nearby walking tracks (Transit Hill, Intermediate Hill, Boat Harbour or Goat House) and engage in some exploring – you will be glad you did, not only will you be blown away by the view you will also be immersed in our world heritage and marine park sanctified natural environment and culture.