Red-tailed Tropicbirds, gracefully performing their airborne courting rituals are common sightings from Malabar between September and May.
Malabar’s cliffs, which plunge dramatically into the ocean, play host the world’s largest nesting ground for the birds. Situated to the island’s north, Malabar has some of the best views of Lord Howe’s south end and is well worth the climb. During the two-hour return walk to Malabar, you will pass through dense palm forests with Muttonbird burrows.
Sweeping panoramic views of the island encompass the towering volcanic peaks of Mt Lidgbird and Mt Gower to the south while the Admiralty Islands dominate the north.
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