At the North of Lord Howe lies North Bay, a secluded beach accessible only by foot or water.
Travellers admire migratory sea birds and take short walks to Mount Eliza, Old Gulch...
The World Heritage-listed paradise of Lord Howe Island is home to some of Australia's most beautiful natural attractions. Spectacular panoramic views across the island can be enjoyed from the summit of Mount Gower - join a guided walk for this challenging 8-hour trek across the mountain's rugged terrain.
The island's clear waters are a delight to explore, with pristine beaches and peaceful lagoons offering ideal conditions for many water-based activities and sports. Head out for a swim, go surfing, or glide through the waters stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking or kite surfing. See colourful coral reefs and a variety of fish, turtles, stingrays and other sea life while snorkelling and diving in the waters of the Lord Howe Island Marine Park or, for a unique sea life encounter, head to Ned’s Beach and feed eager fish by hand.
Learn more about the island’s World Heritage environment and history with a visit to the Lord Howe Island Museum and Visitor Centre.
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