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Blue Lagoon, Lord Howe Island

Blue Lagoon offers all the holiday comforts you would want, with modern self-contained apartments, tennis court, a restaurant and close access to all island facilities.

Situated amongst 2 hectares of sub-tropical rainforest, just minutes walk on level ground from the lagoon and Ned’s Beach.

Features include:
Studio, one and two bedroom units, mini kitchens, BBQs, ensuite bathrooms. Each unit has a private balcony with garden views.

Accommodation Options

Studio, one and two bedroom units

Coral Sands Studio
1 Bedroom Malabar Unit
2 Bedroom Coral Sands Studio – Sleeps Family of 4
2 Bedroom Malabar Unit – Sleeps Family of 6
Linen, both beach and bath towels, hair dryer,airport transfers, use of tennis court including racquets and balls, nightly transfers to all restaurants.

On Property
General store, tennis court,undercover gas barbecues, games room, transit lounge with all facilities. Guest laundry. Bike hire, pay phone, internet access.

Getting To Lord Howe Island

Under a 2-hour flight with QantasLink direct from Sydney or Brisbane with national and international Qantas connections.

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