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In our busy lives, short breaks can recharge our energy reserves and give us the momentum we need. Norfolk Island is just a little over two hours flying from Sydney and Brisbane, quicker than some road trips you may take! With the flight schedules you can take a quick escape to Norfolk for only 3 or 4 days but it is such a magical place, you’ll feel like you’ve gone for a week.

Just 5kms by 8kms, you can drive around the island several times in a day, but as everywhere you go is spectacularly beautiful and full of amazing features, you will want to linger to soak it all up. You can drive to the top of Mt Pitt and enjoy 360 degree panoramic views of Norfolk and its two off-shore islands, Phillip and Nepean.

For the more adventurous, from here, you can take numerous walking trails that will take you through magnificent tree-fern forests, rainforest and along spectacular clifftop tracks. There are nature reserves that offer more glorious country to explore. Catch a sunset every evening or the sunrise each morning.

The water is pristine and the marine life and coral will astound the snorkeling enthusiasts. If relaxation and pampering is more your style, then choose from an extensive massage menu and sample a new café or restaurant every meal – there are 35 on the island, offering the real paddock to plate experience.

With a world heritage listed precinct, museums, award winning attractions, galleries, studios, live music, fishing, golf and a range of sporting facilities, this tiny Pacific gem just keeps offering up more and more choices. There's more to Norfolk Island for a short break away from it all.

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