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Australia's Greatest Places

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Lord Howe Island Group

Lord Howe Island group is a group of isolated oceanic islands, born by volcanic activity more than 2,000 m deep under the sea. The preserve includes some 75% of the land area of Lord Howe Island and all of the offshore islands and rocks of significant size in the region. The main island of Lord Howe measures 10 km from north and south and is little more than 2 km in width. The island's topography is dominated by the southerly Mount Gower and Mount Lidgbird. The northern tip consists of steep hillsides culminating in extensive sea cliffs against the northern coastline.

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