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Capella Lodge is located on the beautiful Lord Howe Island in Australia.

This breathtaking island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that is home to pristine beaches, rich pastures, and lush rainforests. It’s a sanctuary for sea birds, marine life, and rare plants, and is home to hundreds of endemic species.

Only 400 visitors are allowed on the island at any time, so Capella Lodge offers guests a unique and peaceful experience.

It’s a luxury retreat that offers the ultimate island getaway, with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and the world’s southernmost coral reef.

Their story

Capella Lodge was created in 2003 by James and Hayley as part of a trio of luxury lodges. The lodge managers, Libby Grant and Mark McKillop love to get to know each guest, and share stories over a sunset drink. Whilst staying here, people have the opportunity to join Libby on her island ‘tiki tour’ or chat with Mark to get the best tips on snorkeling around the island. Read more about them here.

Sustainability actions

Lowest impact construction and operation

Highest level of energy efficiency

Pioneer in waste management

Fully organic and chemical-free operation

Actively protects nature and community

  • Hike up Mt Gower
  • Feed the fish at Ned’s beach
  • Kayak to Rabbit Island
  • Go paddleboarding
  • Snorkel with sea turtles
  • Cycle around the island



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