The Island Only 400 People Can Visit!
Just six miles long and about a mile wide at its broadest point, Lord Howe Island is a volcanic outpost that floats in the Tasman Sea, 480 miles and two hours flying time northeast of Sydney, Australia.
Just 350 people live on the ruggedly beautiful outpost, which has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. And to preserve the environment, only 400 visitors are permitted here at any one time.
Earlier this falI I was thrilled to have been one of them. And I’m so excited to share the far-flung Aussie gem with you in this video.