Lord Howe Island

Australia - New South Wales

An island paradise with pristine beaches and abundant wildlife.
Located in the Tasman Sea, off the coast near Port Macquarie., this tiny island paradise is characterised by sandy beaches, subtropical forests and clear sparkling waters. On the south of the island is a trail winding up soaring Mount Gower, with a sweeping view of the island. Ned’s Beach in the north is a calm fish and coral-rich waters. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, seabird colonies, including masked boobies, make it their home. If you are keen on diving head across to the surrounding nearby Admiralty Islands.

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