Visit Lord Howe Island with the Climate Council

Adventure to one of Australia’s most exquisite natural wonders.

19 – 26 March 2016

Join Professor Lesley Hughes and renowned naturalist Ian Hutton on an

This adventure through paradise will not only be a once in a lifetime experience, but will raise vital funds and awareness for the Council and all that we do. It’s a chance get off the beaten path and experience firsthand one of the most unique, majestic ecosystems on the planet. You will also learn about climate change impacts from the ground up as you cruise crystal clear waters and observe rare flora and fauna.

Places are extremely limited - only 17 spots available.

• Immerse yourself in the World Heritage-listed paradise of Lord Howe Island;
• Cruise azure waters to North Bay, summit Mount Gower, and snorkel with magnificent marine life;
• Observe the extraordinary birdlife of the island and see flora and fauna found nowhere else on earth;
• Learn about the island from a dedicated, expert and passionate team – including local guides, Ian Hutton and Lesley Hughes
• Enjoy fabulous food and local hospitality; and
• Keep climate change facts in the media by raising awareness and vital funds for leading climate change research and communication.

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