Nestled under a canopy of Kentia Palms and Banyan Trees just seconds from the beach, Arajilla Retreat offers a lucky few guests a haven of tranquillity and relaxation.
Arajilla's spacious suites, renowned restaurant and sublime day spa form the perfect base to discover the extraordinary scenery and wildlife of World Heritage listed Lord Howe Island.
With visitor numbers restricted here life is relaxed. You can be as active or as passive as you like - bushwalk, swim, dive, fish, cycle around the island, play golf, lie on a deserted beach, enjoy a massage, savour fine food and wine, sleep in or simply take an afternoon nap - its up to you! And it is all less than a two-hour flight from Sydney or Brisbane.
A mere 280 people are lucky enough to call the island home, with visitor numbers restricted, by law, to just 400 at any one time.
After a flight of less than two hours from Sydney or Brisbane,
you'll take in your first glimpse of mountain peaks, skyscraping above the serenity of the western lagoon. (A sight even world weary travellers rave about).
Step from your aircraft onto the immaculately manicured lawns surrounding the tarmac and the first thing you'll notice is the air. Fresh, salty and clear as a bell.
Meandering pathways lead you through rainforest gardens to spacious suites nestled within a Kentia Palm forest. Reaching high above are ancient Banyan trees, a magnificent sight from your private deck.
This is Lord Howe's top dining, featuring international cuisine with an emphasis on seafood.
Dappled light makes Arajilla's Lounge a comfortable place for a cocktail or coffee, and a chat.
In Room Dining & Picnics
Arajilla ensures that whether in your Suite or at a remote picnic spot our guests are fully catered for.