- Hike to the summit of Mt. Gower: This challenging hike takes around 8 hours round trip, but the views from the top are well worth it.
- Explore the coral reefs: Lord Howe Island is home to some of the most diverse and pristine coral reefs in the world, making it a popular spot for snorkeling and diving.
- Go birdwatching: The island is home to a number of unique bird species, including the Lord Howe Island woodhen and the Providence petrel.
- Visit the Lord Howe Island Museum: Learn about the island's history, geology, and wildlife through interactive exhibits.
- Relax on the beach: Lord Howe Island has several beautiful beaches, including Ned's Beach and Old Settlement Beach, where you can swim, sunbathe, or simply enjoy the view.
- Go kayaking or paddleboarding: Explore the island's bays and inlets by kayak or paddleboard, and enjoy the natural beauty of the island from a different perspective.
- Visit Ball's Pyramid: A volcanic stack is located about 20km southeast of Lord Howe Island. It's the world's tallest sea stack and home to many species of seabirds and insects.
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