LORD HOWE ISLAND
SHILLINGTON STUDENT BRIEF
This is a city identity project for Lord Howe Island, a tiny dot in the ocean two hours by plane from land. This Australian World Heritage Sight was one of the last islands on earth to be discovered by chance in 1788. With only 350 inhabitants, the island limits tourism to 400 people at one time as preservation of wildlife is top priority. This crescent shaped crust of volcanic rock, has a vast range of protected wildlife species said to be found nowhere else on earth.