Discover Lord Howe Island with
world-renowned naturalist Ian Hutton

Observe and understand an ecological treasure

The World Heritage listed Lord Howe Island is a tiny oasis in the Tasman Sea, 700km northeast of Sydney. With 70% of the Island completely protected in a Permanent Park Preserve and a Marine Park surrounding the island, Lord Howe offers a unique opportunity to observe ecological diversity and abundance, so long lost to much of the planet.

No one is more qualified to help you explore and appreciate the flora, fauna, geology, history and conservation of this special place than world-renowned naturalist, Ian Hutton. Having lived and studied on the Island for over four decades and worked with universities, museums and filmmakers from around the world, Ian enjoys sharing his passion and knowledge with visitors to the Island.

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Themes of Discovery

Birdlife

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Conservation

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Bushwalking

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Marine Life

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Personalise your discovery

Let Ian create a personalised tour to suit your interests, fitness level and time. Get in touch early to avoid disappointment.

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Multi-day Tours

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Ian's Gallery

Stunning early winter afternoon glow on the mountains #lordhoweisland #sunset #mountains #island #landscapephotography #drone #awesome
There are still quite a few young Red-tailed tropicbirds around #lordhoweisland #seabirds #tropicbirds #nature #naturephotography #worldheritage #birds @lordhowe-tours.com.au
Found one of my favourite sea slugs the Black Cyerce, and there were two juveniles with it #lordhoweisland #seaslug #islandlife #nature #olympustough #naturephotography #naturesjewels #lordhoweislandmarinepark
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