Positioned in the South Pacific Ocean, 1400 kilometres from Australia’s east coast and 1700 Kilometres north of New Zealand is the historical gem Norfolk Island.
With a population of just 1800, and measuring just eight kilometres long and five kilometres wide, Norfolk Island is a fascinating place where culture and natural wonders combine with gourmet food, exciting activities and tax-free shopping. Perfect for a short-haul memorable escape with loved ones or a relaxing, rejuvenating break by yourself.
There is so much to do and see on Norfolk Island with guests being invited to experience ‘360 Degrees of Wonder’.
One can visit Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama mural depicting the story of the Mutiny on the Bounty, feed geese at Watermill Dam, play a game of mini golf and giant chess or a round on the only World Heritage Listed golf course, enjoy cliff top fish fries at sunset, encounter amazing discoveries at the haunting cemetery by the sea, and go bushwalking, horse riding, snorkelling, kayaking, swimming and surfing.
There are deep sea fishing adventures and glass bottom tours in a coral filled lagoon, ocean trips to deserted Phillip Island, fun times at the Baunti Kids Club, fascinating arts, crafts and produce markets to explore, progressive dinners in private homes and top drops to savour at the island’s only winery – plus much more, including all the benefits of duty free shopping.
Norfolk Island presents accommodation in an array of hotels, luxury cottages and self-catering villas set in beautiful and convenient locations. The island also boasts over 30 eateries, all offering an abundance of locally sourced fresh, organic and wholesome produce. Think fresh fish, local beef, succulent pork and natural fruit and vegetables picked daily. And don’t forget the boutique products as Arabica coffee, handmade chocolates, honey and artisan cheese.
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