Lord Howe Island
World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island lies to the west of New South Wales in the Tasman Sea.
Experience Lord Howe Island's spectacular natural surroundings - embark on a day hike, snorkel the world's southernmost coral reef, hand-feed the fish at Ned’s Beach, ride a bike around the coast and wander along white-sanded beaches.
Let us take you to this little island paradise, which welcomes just 400 visitors at any one time, with about the same number of permanent residents.
Mount Lidgbird and Mount Gower are the two iconic volcanic mountains you'll see in many images of Lord Howe.
A bird-watching hotspot, Lord Howe Island has 14 different species of seabirds which nest, often close to walking tracks and roads, in great numbers. Red-tailed Tropicbirds, Shearwaters (known locally as Muttonbirds), Providence Petrels, Sooty Terns, Masked Boobies can be spotted.
The island also boasts more than 130 permanent and migratory bird species, among them the Lord Howe Island Woodhen – a flightless endemic species saved from extinction by a local conservation effort.
Renowned for its warm service and laid back ambience, Arajilla Retreat encapsulates the very essence of Lord Howe Island, offering guests a haven of tranquillity, peace and luxury.
All inclusive packages feature a gourmet breakfast, light lunch, three course dinner with menu changing daily, selected pre-dinner drinks and canapés. They also offer a selection of touring packages - from Eco-Adventure, Luxury Getaway or Honeymoon, there's something for everyone to just get away from it all.