Lord Howe Island is a very small Australian island in the Tasman Sea. It is just easy of Port Macquarie and is characterized by its sandy beaches, clear waters, and subtropical forests. The south end of the island is home to Mount Gower, rising at nearly 3,000 feet, while the north end has many coral-rich waters. You can even find masked boobies, the white and black masked bird, among the many seabird colonies that call the island home. See it from above in this drone video by Isabellefabre!