Lord Howe Island, Australia. Two hours off Sydney, the volcanic island is a jewel of an Eastern Australian coast. It is only 11 km long and 2 km wide. Coral Sea rinses its shores and it has a beautiful strip of The Great Barrier Reef.
Although very beautiful, the remote island is not open to everyone all the time. Only 400 visitors are allowed to be there at a time. Because of that, the natural beauty of Lord Howe Island has been well preserved. It holds unique and rare animals, volcanic peaks, rainforests and, of course, a coral reef, which can be observed from the crystal clear water lagoon. No pollution, no tourist traffic! A quiet piece of heaven on Earth.
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