world-class fishing, diving, snorkelling, surfing and walking


with each other and escape the stress of everyday life


world heritage wilderness at your doorstep


all year round at secluded beaches


subtropical forests, pristine beaches and dramatic mountains


and enjoy the sunset with family and friends


in simple subtropical elegance


and enjoy the moment

about the island

Lord Howe Island is one of the most spectacular destinations in the world. It's dramatic scenery, lush subtropical forests, rare flora and fauna, pristine beaches and colourful marine life are breathtaking and unique. In combination with a warm climate, vibrant local community and great range of world-class activities, Lord Howe is the perfect destination for all ages.

In recognition of its scenic beauty and biodiversity, Lord Howe was inscribed as a World Heritage site in 1982. The list includes Uluru, Kakadu, Fraser Island and the Great Barrier Reef. More recently, National Geographic named Lord Howe as one of their 'Places of a Lifetime'.


Lord Howe Island is 600 kilometres east of the Australian mainland...

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Lord Howe has a warm subtropical climate.

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The island is surrounded by the southernmost coral reef in the Pacific...

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There are snorkelling and coral viewing trips, diving trips, fishing trips...

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island living

Visitors are always fascinated by day-to-day island living...

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"Only two hours from Sydney is an island of breathtaking beauty and Pinetrees is the guesthouse with timeless ambience on the edge of the lagoon."

George, Edgecliff, NSW