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Natural Attractions

Points of Interest

Mt Gower, Ned’s Beach, Ball’s Pyramid, Erscott’s Hole, North Bay, Transit Hill, Blinky Beach, Malabar Hill, Old Settlement, Admiralty Islands.

Endemic Species

Lord Howe Island is considered to be an outstanding example of an island ecosystem developed from submarine volcanic activity.

Marine Park

A little over 600 kilometres from the north coast of NSW, rising through the clear waters of the southwest Pacific Ocean, lies the remains of an extinct volcano.

Geology and Geography

Lord Howe Island is a remnant of a now-extinct shield volcano, dating back 7 million years and has been eroded to one-fortieth its original size.