Lord Howe Island
Often described as ‘the last paradise’, Lord Howe Island is an oasis of beautiful beaches, undisturbed forests and crystal clear waters.
Designated a World Heritage Site in 1982, the island has many unique natural areas. 70 of its 200 native plant species occur nowhere else.
Small but perfect
Despite being only 11 kilometres long and barely 2 kilometres wide, the island has many different habitats. Two-thirds of the island is covered by natural forests full of Banyan Trees (Ficus), Kentia Palms (Howea) and many endemic orchids, ferns and flowering plants.