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Lord Howe Island, Australia A close-kept secret among Sydney cognoscenti, this tiny Pacific Ocean island—where tourists are capped at 400, streetlights are a rarity, and most people get around on bicycles—is an easy two-hour flight from the city. Born from a volcanic eruption 7 million years ago, the verdant UNESCO World Heritage site is home to brooding basalt-stack mountains that plunge directly into the sea email@example.com
Most Secret Beaches -Lord Howe Island, Australia, close-secret among Sydney cognoscenti, this tiny Pacific Island, where tourist are capped at 400, streetlights a rarity & most people use bicycles. Born from volcanic eruption 7-million-yrs ago, verdant UNESCO World Heritage site is home to brooding basalt-stack mountains that plunge directly into sea; challenging climbs up Mount Gower for jaw-dropping views, & below, snorkelers enjoy a long, vibrant coralreef lagoon. (James Robins) #7of22
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