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Summer

Lord Howe Island enjoys a perpetual spring-like climate year-round. Sea breezes prevent the summers at Capella Lodge from being too hot, hovering at a very comfortable 25°C. The days are idyllic for taking mountain walks, relaxing on white-sanded beaches and exploring the riot of marine colour in the warm waters of the world’s southern-most coral reef. For diving and bird-watching enthusiasts, an expedition to Balls Pyramid – the world’s tallest sea stack – is an unforgettable island experience.

December

Average temperature

24℃ (75℉)

19℃ (66℉)

January

Average temperature

25℃ (77℉)

21℃ (70℉)

February

Average temperature

26℃ (79℉)

21℃ (70℉)


Summer Activities

Surrounded by Marine Park and with no commercial fishery, the diversity of species, terrain, methods – and the sheer abundance … More »

Surrounded by Marine Park and with no commercial fishery, the diversity of species, terrain, methods … More »

Surrounded by Marine Park and with no commercial fishery, the diversity of species, terrain, methods – and the sheer abundance of fish – rank Lord Howe among the world’s top fishing destinations. More »

Capella offers complimentary adult mountain bikes for guests to explore Lord Howe at leisure. More »

Capella offers complimentary adult mountain bikes for guests to explore Lord Howe at leisure. More »

Capella offers complimentary adult mountain bikes for guests to explore Lord Howe at leisure. More »

A challenging 9-hole course set on the steep slopes amid Kentia palm groves and ocean foreshore. More »

A challenging 9-hole course set on the steep slopes amid Kentia palm groves and ocean … More »

A challenging 9-hole course set on the steep slopes amid Kentia palm groves and ocean foreshore. More »

Lord Howe Island’s 10-kilometre-long lagoon is great for beginners and flat-water enthusiasts, with crystal clear water and coral reefs. More »

Lord Howe Island’s 10-kilometre-long lagoon is great for beginners and flat-water enthusiasts, with crystal clear water and coral reefs. More »

Lord Howe Island’s 10-kilometre-long lagoon is great for beginners and flat-water enthusiasts, with crystal clear water and coral reefs. More »

Delve to the dark depths of these volcanic islets and discover a unique vantage point and a first-class dive site. More »

Delve to the dark depths of these volcanic islets and discover a unique vantage point … More »

Delve to the dark depths of these volcanic islets and discover a unique vantage point and a first-class dive site. More »

Observe the colourful and mesmerising inhabitants of the lagoon’s reef and coral holes such as the endemic double-header wrasse, stingrays … More »

Observe the colourful and mesmerising inhabitants of the lagoon’s reef and coral holes such as … More »

Observe the colourful and mesmerising inhabitants of the lagoon’s reef and coral holes such as the endemic double-header wrasse, stingrays and turtles. More »

Shallow coral reef on the edge of the Pacific Ocean means one thing – waves. More »

Shallow coral reef on the edge of the Pacific Ocean means one thing – waves. More »

Shallow coral reef on the edge of the Pacific Ocean means one thing – waves. More »

Relax and recuperate with signature spa treatments using the LI’TYA spa care range, inspired by Australia’s Aboriginal Dreamtime. More »

Relax and recuperate with signature spa treatments using the LI’TYA spa care range, inspired by … More »

Relax and recuperate with signature spa treatments using the LI’TYA spa care range, inspired by Australia’s Aboriginal Dreamtime. More »

Surrounded by Marine Park the diversity of species, terrain, methods and the sheer abundance of fish rank Lord Howe among … More »

Surrounded by Marine Park the diversity of species, terrain, methods and the sheer abundance of … More »

Surrounded by Marine Park the diversity of species, terrain, methods and the sheer abundance of fish rank Lord Howe among the world’s top fishing destinations. More »

Go foraging on Lord Howe Island with the resident Chef for a bounty of local produce and the opportunity to … More »

Go foraging on Lord Howe Island with the resident Chef for a bounty of local … More »

Go foraging on Lord Howe Island with the resident Chef for a bounty of local produce and the opportunity to meet the makers. More »

The island’s teaming colonies of seabirds can be viewed at different times of year, including red-tailed tropic birds, shearwaters (mutton … More »

The island’s teaming colonies of seabirds can be viewed at different times of year, including … More »

The island’s teaming colonies of seabirds can be viewed at different times of year, including red-tailed tropic birds, shearwaters (mutton birds), sooty turns and masked boobies. More »

There is no better person who can ensure you make the most of your time on the island, whatever your … More »

There is no better person who can ensure you make the most of your time … More »

There is no better person who can ensure you make the most of your time on the island, whatever your interests. More »

Numerous marked trails traverse the island, from easy grade paths through palm groves and rainforest to challenging mountain assaults. More »

Numerous marked trails traverse the island, from easy grade paths through palm groves and rainforest … More »

Numerous marked trails traverse the island, from easy grade paths through palm groves and rainforest to challenging mountain assaults. More »

The world’s largest sea stack is home to extraordinary birdlife and the waters surrounding Balls Pyramid are teeming with marine … More »

The world’s largest sea stack is home to extraordinary birdlife and the waters surrounding Balls … More »

The world’s largest sea stack is home to extraordinary birdlife and the waters surrounding Balls Pyramid are teeming with marine life. More »

With neither monsoon season nor stingers, exploring the underwater world surrounding Lord Howe Island is easy year-round. More »

With neither monsoon season nor stingers, exploring the underwater world surrounding Lord Howe Island is … More »

With neither monsoon season nor stingers, exploring the underwater world surrounding Lord Howe Island is easy year-round. More »

Lord Howe Island’s eleven beautiful beaches are perfectly suited to barbecuing outdoors, with their sheltered coves and spectacular views. More »

Lord Howe Island’s eleven beautiful beaches are perfectly suited to barbecuing outdoors, with their sheltered … More »

Lord Howe Island’s eleven beautiful beaches are perfectly suited to barbecuing outdoors, with their sheltered coves and spectacular views. More »

Rated as one of Australia’s best day walks, the Mount Gower hike is a challenging eight hour return trek, complete … More »

Rated as one of Australia’s best day walks, the Mount Gower hike is a challenging … More »

Rated as one of Australia’s best day walks, the Mount Gower hike is a challenging eight hour return trek, complete with rope-assisted climbs and dizzying drops. More »

Lord Howe Island’s protected marine environment makes an ideal home to both green sea turtles and hawksbills and visitors to … More »

Lord Howe Island’s protected marine environment makes an ideal home to both green sea turtles … More »

Lord Howe Island’s protected marine environment makes an ideal home to both green sea turtles and hawksbills and visitors to the island over the extended summer months will likely encounter them. More »

At any time of day, wade into the shallows at Neds Beach to hand-feed the mullet, wrasse, garfish, silver-drummer, spangled-emperor … More »

At any time of day, wade into the shallows at Neds Beach to hand-feed the … More »

At any time of day, wade into the shallows at Neds Beach to hand-feed the mullet, wrasse, garfish, silver-drummer, spangled-emperor and of course the royalty of Lord Howe fish, metre-long kingfish. More »

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