Ball’s Pyramid

The cultural heritage includes Ball’s Pyramid, the world’s largest volcanic stack, located in the Pacific Ocean twenty kilometres southeast of the island in the protected Marine Park.

Ball’s Pyramid is the remnant of an ancient shield volcano that formed over a magma hotspot, and its seamount rises 561m above sea level. It is the world’s tallest sea stack of basalt rock, and is a uniquely remarkable sight of natural beauty and wonder.

The boutique accommodation consists of 12 luxuriously appointed suites, each spacious and light filled with… Read more…

Food is a special focus for us. Our restaurant is defined by premium ingredients sourced locally, like line caught fish… Read more…

The Lord Howe Island Wellness Retreat is housed in an octagonal timber yurt under the shade of Arajilla’s… Read more…

Lord Howe Island is, in a word, ‘paradise’, a paradise that has had World Heritage Listing since 1982… Read more…