LORD HOWE ISLAND LECTURES

Learn from a local expert

A weekly series of lectures is conducted by naturalist and local expert Ian Hutton. This is a perfect way to start your time on the Island and a chance to enhance your understanding of Lord Howe Island’s unique environment, history, wildlife and conservation.

The lectures include stunning visual presentations featuring Ian’s incredible gallery of photographs and, of course, his breadth of knowledge on the Island’s heritage, flora and fauna and his wisdom about the ways we can conserve this special place.

Lectures are held at the Lord Howe Museum, where Ian is part-time curator (another of his many hats). Lecture times are 5:30-6:30pm and bookings are essential.

Lord Howe In A Nutshell

Get an expert overview of the history, geology and life of Lord Howe Island For the best way to begin your holiday on...

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Birds of Lord Howe

Recognise and understand Lord Howe Island’s birdlife Join renowned naturalist, photographer and part-time museum curator Ian Hutton at the Lord Howe Island Museum...

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Marine Life of Lord Howe

Recognise and understand Lord Howe Island’s marine life Join renowned naturalist, photographer and part-time museum curator Ian Hutton at the Lord Howe Island...

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