Lord Howe Island is an adventure-lover’s playground, with stunning beaches to snorkel, mountains to climb, and the island best explored by bike, boat or on foot.
Lord Howe Island is an adventure-lover’s playground, with stunning beaches to snorkel, mountains to climb, and the island best explored by bike, boat or on foot. Inspired by the carefree spirit of the authentic Australian beach house, Capella Lodge offers a stylish escape surrounded by this World Heritage island wilderness. The luxury villas, many with hot tub or plunge pool, are a perfect base for your island adventures, and the food and wine experience at the Lodge completes the Capella experience.
Gourmet breakfast, sunset drinks and canapes, dinner with daily inspired menu, open bar with premium wines and spirits from 6pm daily, non-alcoholic beverages, select in-suite bar, adult mountain bikes and snorkelling equipment
2 hour flight from Sydney
Complimentary island airport transfers are included with your stay
Lidgbird Pavilion for its view from bed and private pool
Couples; families with children aged 10 years and over
Best Nearby Park
Lord Howe Island is a World Heritage Listed wilderness area
Best Food & Wine Experience
Sunset drinks and canapes – a perfect start to your evening at Capella, with glorious beach and mountain views
Best Place for Relaxation
Year-round excluding during seasonal refresh (July/August this year)
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Frequently asked questions
The Ultimate Great Barrier Reef Escape
We’d be surprised if a Great Barrier Reef island escape didn’t feature on your travel bucket list; the world’s largest coral reef system and a UNESCO World Heritage Site is the stuff island dreams are made of. With 900 islands to discover though, deciding where to stay can be tricky - that’s where we love to help.
When is the best time to visit New South Wales?
Much of New South Wales enjoys a mild sub-tropical climate with humid warm summers and mild winters. Sydney and the Blue Mountains region are generally 4 or 5 degrees cooler than the Central Coast and northern NSW Hinterland region including Byron Bay.