Lord Howe Island Flights Guide
Lord Howe Island is a volcanic remnant located in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand. Lord Howe Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Popular activities on the island include birdwatching, fishing, kayaking, surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, glass-bottom boat tours, golf, yachting, windsurfing, kitesurfing, bushwalking, hiking, and swimming. Some of Lord Howe's top attractions are Mount Gower, Ball's Pyramid, Intermediate Hill, Lord Howe Island Museum, North Beach, and Ned's Beach.
You can fly directly from Lord Howe Island to Sydney and Brisbane. To reach other Australian cities, you will need to transfer in either Sydney or Brisbane.
Lord Howe Island has a subtropical climate with warm to hot summers with erratic rainfall and mild winters. July is the windiest month as winter is subjected to strong winds and frequent gales. July and August are the coldest months of the year while January and February are the warmest. Cyclones occasionally hit the island. The humidity stays in the 60s% year round. It rains more in the south than the north.The best time to visit Lord Howe Island is during the summer as it has the highest temperatures, allowing you to enjoy this island paradise whether by spending time in the water, on the beach, or in the mountains.