Part 2 of Australia's Islands
Updated: 5/18/2020
Part 2 of Australia's Islands

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  • Green Island
  • Bruny Island
  • Lord Howe Island
  • The Green island is known to be home to Cassius. Cassius is the world's largest crocodile. The island sits upon the Great Barrier Reef and is a great place to experience a glass bottom boat tour, sip on a cocktail, and snorkel or lounge by the pool.
  • Bruny Island is as far south as you can go on land before hitting Antarctica. You can look at the fairy penguins and seal colonies. You can also go on rainforest walks, fantastic beach walks and see towering cliffs.
  • Lord Howe Island is a volcanic remnant that has tall mountain peaks, coral pools, walking trails and a plethora of animals and wildlife. The island is known to be Australia's prestigious island and the only way to get there is by taking a plane.