Admiralty Islands

Natural Attractions

Just 15 minutes by boat from Lord Howe rests an intriguing group of volcanic formations, dubbed the Admiralty Islands. Large pinnacles, coral reefs, larger schools of fish and diving depths of 15-40 metres characterise the islands.

Eager divers flock to this area, and for good reason. Around 25 dive sites scattered around the atolls harbour some of Australia’s best diving spots.

Noddy Island, Rupert’s Reef, Sugarloaf Island, Tenth of June Bombora, Tenth of June Deep, Flat Rock and North Rock are just a selection of spots which offer incredible diving rich in diverse marine life.


International Nature & Wildlife Scuba Diving

Nearby Things to Do

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Surfing Lord Howe Island

Blinky Beach

Couple viewing the historic artifacts major collection on a visit to the Lord Howe Island Museum

Lord Howe Island Museum and Visitor Centre

Old Settlement Beach

Old Settlement Beach

Lord Howe Island

Blue Billie Fishing Charters

Lord Howe Island

Thompsons General Store

Lord Howe Island

Sea to Summit Expeditions