The Llamarmy Island

Come and visit our eco-tourism island

Little artists

The drawing above was created by two young children who visited the island during Easter. It had become similar to a symbol of the island, and every room and building has this picture in it, so they know the way around and so other little artists can be inspired to create something for the island as well.

Why visit Llamarmy Island?

We offer one of the best eco-tourism experiences in the world

Whether you want a relaxing walk, a challenging hiking adventure or an educational tour, Llamarmy Island has it all. The island was originally inhabited by a new and different species of llama, but previous, unsustainable tourism threatened to wipe out this native species of llama. We arrived in the 1980's, and set up a llama conservation centre, where we educate tourists about the history of Llamarmy Island.

What's coming up?

We have various events throughout the year, from New Years to Christmas to Easter. Make sure you keep up to date with the latest happenings on the island to plan your trip accordingly.

Christmas Celebrations!

Thursday, Dec. 20th 2012 at 6-9pm

Llamarmy Island, near Lake Reanda, on the South West side of the island.

We're having a Christmas celebration for a week around Christmas, from the 20th to the 27th of Dececmber, this year. We will be doing a variety of Christmas activities and educational trips/tours of the island. All costs and fares will be reduced to half the normal price if you choose to come during Christmas. Unfortunately, we have a limit for the number of people allowed to visit the island, so make sure to book in early and seal your position in this week of fun!

Wait, what are llamas?

Llamas are the main reason our island is so popular and so eco-friendly. If you have never heard of llamas, below is a link you can follow to find out all you need to know about these unique animals.

Llarm- Larrmy- Lermyarmy- Help?

Llamarmy is a hard name to pronounce, and we hear a whole range of pronunciations from "Larma-army" to "Lermy-my" and even "Larrmy".
Llamarmy is pronounced like this:
Larm (like "alarm" but without the "a")

army (Just as you would normally say it)