Located east of Port Macquarie in the South Pacific Ocean, the island has the
southern-most coral reef in the world, and some spectacular cliffs
and mountains up to 875 metres high. Over the past 130,000 years,
sand and saltwater have combined to form a rock known as calcarenite,
which is common on parts of the island, and has a number
of unusual extinct creatures fossilised within.
Lord Howe Island offers a range of
choices for accommodation
or select from any one of our other popular destinations.