Norfolk Island is sub tropical paradise; friendly locals, fascinating culture and history, exciting activities, a diverse rate of accommodation, fresh island food and wine, lush landscape fringed with sapphire seas.
Norfolk Island will surpass your imagination. Stroll beneath the tallest tree ferns on earth and snorkel over coral reefs of tropical fish. Breath the purest air on the planet outside Antarctica.
Norfolk Island is where you can be as laid back (or busy) as you want to be, where the only fast food is pulled fresh from soil or sea. Where there are no traffic lights where you can still park your car with the keys in the ignition. Time moves slowly here.
Elegant convict-built Georgian buildings are still in daily use and the Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area (KAVHA) is now World Heritage Listed as part of the Australian Convict Sites inscription. Norfolk Island is an island of unspoiled natural beauty and is just a short flight from Australia.
Experience a holiday so relaxing, it will permeate every fibre of your being. Welcome to the world of Norfolk. Welcome back to earth.
Where is Norfolk Island
Just over 2.5 hours from Sydney. Norfolk Island lies approximately 800km South-South-East of New Caledonia, 1120km North West of New Zealand, 1440km each of Brisbane and 1760km North east of Sydney. Norfolk Island is only 8km from north to south and 5km from east to west. With a population of just over 1800, many of the residents there today are direct descendants of the mutineers of the HMS Bounty. English is widely spoken, with local islanders speaking
'Norfolk" a Norfolk-Pitcairn Island Dialect.
Our top pick for Norfolk island
- Mountain bike from Summit to Surf.
- Hire a car and enjoy the magnificent scenery on offer.
- Go sea kayaking in the pristine waters.
- Join one of the many tours, one of the fun ways to learn about the history of the island.