Lord Howe Island -Australia April 17th 2011 Lord Howe Feb 5th – 12th 2011
Lord Howe is a small volcanic island in the Tasman Sea 570 Km from Port Macquarie. It is officially part of NSW; it is about 11km long and 2.8km wide at its widest point, it was listed as a world heritage site in 1982 and when you get there you see why. Port Macquarie is about 2.5hrs drive south of where we live and the flight to Lord Howe was 1.5hrs, so pretty m ... read more
Oceania » Australia Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
After spending most of our adult working lives in the UK we were ready to make a significant life change and decided to spend some time living in Australia? Our enthusiasm for scuba diving hasn't declined with age and we intend to seize every opportunity to learn about marine life in the Southern hemisphere.
We departed from the UK April 4th 2006 then spent 8 months travelling the east coast and now we live in a lovely area of NSW, Corindi Beach, which is 25 minutes north of Coffs Harbour.
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