Lord Howe Island Museum and Visitor Centre

The architect-designed Lord Howe Island Museum opened in 2002. The museum has a range of innovative displays on the island's World Heritage environment, community and history going back to 1788.

There is also a learning and scientific centre holding valuable archives, photographs and records with a reading/research room with computer facilities, photocopying and internet access.

The Lord Howe Island Visitors Centre is located in the museum foyer and has a centralised booking facility and can provide information on accommodation, activities, events, dining and other information about the island.

For more information: http://www.lhimuseum.com

Nearby events

  1. LHI Conservation Volunteer Program

    Wednesday 01 May 2019 to Monday 30 September 2019 , Lord Howe Island

    Lord Howe Island, located 600 kilometres off the New South Wales coast, is renowned for its spectacular scenery, important breeding grounds for colonies of seabirds, and its rich biodiversity including many endangered and critically…

    01 May - 30 Sep