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Bush Regeneration


The Bush Regeneration Program has hosted 63 groups since 1995, and was one of the first examples of conservation ecotourism in Australia. Lord Howe local and the Program's founder and host, Ian Hutton, was awarded the Order of Australia in 2006 for his services to conservation and tourism on the Island. The Bush Regeneration Program is very popular with 65% of participants returning every year - some have come 12 times.

Bush regeneration in a World Heritage ecosystem is immensely rewarding. Each small contribution helps to conserve and protect one of the world's most amazing places. But it's not all work. Participants explore Lord Howe with the Island's premier ecologist, and enjoy access to the scientific resource centre and other learning experiences. You'll also have drinks with local rangers.

Of course, you'll also have time to discover Lord Howe's world-class walking, snorkelling and fishing, and have gourmet BBQ lunches at the Island's idyllic beaches. In the evening, you can watch the sunset, sit by the Pinetrees open fire with a glass of wine, and enjoy an exceptional 3 course dinner.

There are five bush regeneration weeks in 2012: 28 April - 5 May, 16-23 June, 30 June - 7 July, 7-14 July, and 26 August - 2 September. Package rates start from $2333 per person twin share. Please contact us for further details or to make a booking.

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