Lord Howe Island – New South Wales Luxury

In 1982, The Lord Howe Island Group was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage property, in recognition of the global significance of the island’s beauty and biodiversity. As Lord Howe Island is limited to only 400 tourists at any one time, you will be sure to find a quiet place for some much needed relaxation. QantasLink offers year-round scheduled services to Lord Howe Island. Flight time is under two hours, with flights departing from Sydney on most days, and from Brisbane on weekends. Lord Howe Island’s climate is mild, year-round. Sea breezes prevent the summers from being too hot, while surrounding warm seas ensure pleasant winters.

Arajilla Retreat, Lord Howe Island:

Arajilla Retreat, Lord Howe Island:
Arajilla Retreat's idyllic setting, luxury suites and superb dining provide the perfect base from which to enjoy everything Lord Howe has to offer. Where soft dappled light filters through the forest of Kentia Palms and Banyan Trees and the clear waters of the Island Lagoon, lap invitingly on Old Settlement Beach. A tranquil haven, on Old Settlement Beach, at the sheltered northern end of the island

Capella Lodge, Lord Howe Island:

Capella Lodge, Lord Howe Island:
Capella Lodge is Lord Howe Island's luxury, premier boutique accommodation. Favoured by discerning guests seeking a more stylish and sophisticated escape – the ultra luxurious lodge commands stunning ocean and mountain views. Hosting no more than 20 guests the spacious suites compliment the serenity and pristine natural environment providing a peaceful, luxurious refuge - ideal for five star travellers

Earls Anchorage, Lord Howe Island:

Earls Anchorage, Lord Howe Island:
The stunning Earl's Anchorage, which opened in December 2004, boasts a tranquil, private and central location with convenient access to the main beaches on either side of the Island and close proximity to many scenic walks