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      Lord Howe Island Borders to Open 2nd October!

      Lord Howe Island Borders to Open 2nd October!

      We have just been informed that the borders to Lord Howe Island will open to tourists from next Friday 2nd October! We are so excited to welcome you all to the island. Please contact us to arrange your bookings, as seats have been limited.

       

      Cheers, Aaron and Lisa.

      Public Health Order (Extension 4)

      Public Health Order (Extension 4)

      In light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, NSW Health has today issued a new Public Health Order that extends travel restrictions to Lord Howe Island from August 31 for a period of 90 days. We sincerely apologise if this impacts your upcoming stay on the island. ⁠⠀
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      Please be in touch with your travel agent or accommodation lodge directly for further planning, advice and assistance from September onwards.⁠⠀
      Qantas will also be in touch to change or cancel flights for September only at this stage. The new Health Order may be repealed if the rate of COVID-19 infections on the mainland continues its downward trend. Please accept our sincere apologies for the change to travel plans. We would like to encourage guests currently booked for September to consider transferring bookings to summer and beyond. This time of year at Lord Howe Island is idyllic.⁠⠀
      For further information on Lord Howe Island Travel restrictions, please visit NSW Health for updates.
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      For inspiration to travel to Lord Howe, explore our website and keep up to date on the news and happenings on our social media platforms by following Facebook and Instagram.

      Health Order Extension: 31st August 2020

      Health Order Extension: 31st August 2020

      The Public Health order was extended for a third time, leaving our borders closed until 31st August 2020. We are very much hoping to be able to open and begin operating on 1st September 2020, and we look forward to welcoming happy and healthy travellers to our pristine island paradise!

      *Image courtesy of Jack Shick: winning image from the 2020 Lord Howe Island Lockdown Shootout.

      Lord Howe Island Borders Opening 3rd August 2020

      Lord Howe Island Borders Opening 3rd August 2020

      We can’t wait to welcome visitors back to our shores, there’s so much to see and do on our World Heritage-listed island paradise.


      We have good news: the New South Wales Health restrictions on travel to Lord Howe will be lifted on 3rd August 2020.

      We encourage you to pre book your tours with us, as we may have limited seats available this year. We hope to hear from you soon!

      Lord Howe Island Plan to Re Open Mid - August

      Lord Howe Island Plan to Re Open Mid - August

      The borders to Lord Howe Island are currently closed, and we expect that they will be opened to tourists by mid-August, subject to changing guidelines and law in relation to Public Health.

      Your health is our top priority, and we have put special measures in place to keep all guests safe both during and after your activity.

      • Stringent Cleaning - We’ve increased the frequency of disinfecting surfaces and high traffic areas between each tour, and hand sanitiser will be available to all of our guests.
      • Properly Disinfecting Dive Gear- We’ve researched and implemented the best known disinfection procedures for cleaning all dive and snorkel gear.
      • Social Distancing - Guests will stay at a safe distance during all points of the tour. We will also ensure that all staff members will be wearing the necessary PPE, if required.
      • Wellness Checks - Employees receive daily wellness checks to ensure they are healthy and symptom-free. If you or anyone in your group is experiencing symptoms, we will work directly with you to cancel or reschedule your tour.
      • Passenger Responsibility - Passengers will be asked to ensure that they follow the measures in place, and follow government advice. This includes staying home if you feel unwell, coughing and sneezing into your elbow, immediately discarding any used tissues, and washing your hands with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds.
      • Lord Howe Island is currently COVID-19 free, however for the latest NSW COVID-19 case statistics, click here.