Malabar Hill

By August 12, 2016Lord Howe Island

Malabar Hill is one of the best locations for birds lovers, with many species of Ocean going migrating birds between September and May.

The stunning cliffs, which drop breathtakingly into the Pacific ocean, are the location to the world’s largest nesting ground for the Red-tailed Tropicbirds. Located to the island’s north, Malabar Hill has some of the best views of Lord Howe’s south end and is a highlight location to your Lord Howe Island visit. The hike to the top of the hill takes 2 hours through Kentia Palms.

Malabar hill hike, is just 15 minutes from Arajilla Retreat.


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