Howe for Beginners:
Peter Macinnis is a regular visitor to Lord Howe Island and presents plenty of information
with a large collection of thumbnail views linking to larger pictures.
Lord Howe Island
Official web site of the Lord Howe Island Tourism Association.
Lord Howe Island:
Only 11 kms long, Lord Howe Island is packed with diverse plant and marine life. The
island has a limit on visitor numbers so you'll never compete for space.
The Payten family invite you to enjoy a relaxed holiday in the intimate surrounds of their
Blue Lagoon Lodge:
Blue Lagoon Lodge is centrally located, on level ground, just 200 metres from the lagoon.
Shady verandahs overlook lush green sub-tropical gardens and a large range of bikes are
available for you to tour the island at your own pace.
Lodge and Apartments:
Stylish ensuite accommodation, set amongst beautiful palm gardens, commanding spectacular
lagoon and mountain views.
Ideally situated at the lower end of Middle Beach Road (with no steep hills to climb) the
apartments are set amid 2 hectares of tranquil gardens and spacious lawns, with views
towards mounts Gower and Lidgbird.
Pinetrees is the largest resort hotel on the island and caters for 85 visitors. There's
also a tennis court, a small library, billiard room, bicycles and the lagoon beach is just
across the road for your early morning swim in crystal clear water.
Nestled among gardens and grounds of palm trees and tropical flowers, Somerset apartments
give a sense of natural seclusion and mystery. Somerset's twenty five units contain
ensuite bathrooms, separate bedroom and living areas, and outside covered verandas with
tables and chairs.
Set in a forest of Banyan Trees & Kentia Palms, twelve exclusive units, each with
their own private decks, separate living areas, kitchenettes and private facilities.
Pathways meander through the resort connecting the suites and family units to the barbecue
areas, the lagoon and the restaurant.