There’s nothing quite like the contrast of Lord Howe Island’s volcanic peaks, verdant forests and sheltered lagoons to mesmerise your family. Take your children to this UNESCO World Heritage Site and they are spoiled for choice, with glass-bottom kayaking on the coral reef guaranteed to delight.
Feed the hundreds of fish that group in the shallows of Neds Beach.
Watch the sun set over evening drinks at Gowers Terrace.
Discover the Flinders Ranges in Arkaba Station’s jeep. Arkaba was once a working sheep property in operaton since 1851. The Woolshed was built five years later and still has the original corrugated iron roof.