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Anson Bay is one of Norfolk's most spectacular secluded beach.
Norfolk Island is a must visit for twitchers! Norfolk Island boasts 5 birds that cannot be seen anywhere else in Australia, one of these is the green parrot.
Bounty Folk Museum
One Stop Shop for viewing Norfolk Islands History. This museum showcases the four settlements on Norfolk Island. Situated opposite the School on Middlegate road, the muse...
Bumboras officially known as Creswell Bay, or colloquially as "Bumby" is a great place for rock fishing, swimming & snorkelling on the low tide.
Captain Cook Monument
Captain Cook Monument marks the landing place of Captain James Cook RN, on his second voyage around the world on October 10, 1774'. He described the island as 'paradise'.
Witness the unloading of the cargo boats which bring supplies to the island approx. every 5 weeks. (Schedules can change)
Please ask at the Visitor Information Centre for tide times and weather conditions before heading out to Crystal Pool. It can be a dangerous spot as you cannot swim in th...
The Discovery Centre brings the outdoors indoors. An elegant wooden walkway leads to a rooftop viewing area where you’ll get a fantastic view of Norfolk’s vibrant gre...
Emily Bay lagoon
Stunning Emily Bay has been named one of the Top 10 Beaches – Australia in TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards for 2017. Announcing the award winners, TripAdvi...
Farmer's markets (Sat)
The farmer's markets are held every Saturday morning from 7.30am - 11.00am in the Bicentennial complex in Taylors Road. Although only small, you can purchase fresh vegie...
Fletcher's Mutiny Cyclorama
Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama…the amazing 360° panoramic painting. One of Norfolk’s most popular attractions and a Tourism Awards winner, the Cyclorama is constantl...
Strawberry Fields Garden and Maze. A wonderful place to just relax and appreciate the work that has gone into the area. Alternatively you can take your chance at reachin...
High Tea Luncheon
High Tea is served on the magnificent lawns at Forrester Court, this multi-award winning family property, is positioned on the cliffs edge overlooking Cascade Bay.
Historical Photo display
A wonderful collection of old photos on display in the historical Lions Club of Norfolk Island. The Club house is located in World Heritage area of Kingston it was once p...
Moreton Bay Figtrees
These majestic Moreton Bay figtrees are located on Headstone Road, they are believed to be over 200 years old. The ideal spot for a holiday photo! Opposite the trees is ...
Mount Pitt lookout
Mt. Pitt stands at 320 Meters above sea level. The lookout at the summit which is accessible by car gives you a 360° view of the whole island. A good spot to stop and e...
Norfolk Island National Park welcomes visitors to explore its stunning scenery and rich diversity of bird life. From bushwalks to barbecues, there is something for everyo...
Norfolk Island Liqueurs
Discover the fascinating history of Norfolk Island liqueurs distilled by the Forrester family since 1992. 15 Liqueurs are available to sample in the tasting room adjacent...
Norfolk Island Museums
The Norfolk Island museums reveals to you Norfolk's amazing and multi-layered stories. The Island was first settled by the Polynesians, discovered by Captain Cook in 1774...
Just six kilometres to the south of Norfolk lies Phillip Island. In the right light, the island appears in its striking colours; rich reds and purples, subtle yellows and...
Pitcairn Settlers Village
Experience the proud history of the Pitcairn Island Settlers.
Dotted around the island are public reserves, offering walking trails through lush rainforest right out to the clifftops. Lose yourself in nature, with amazing bird life...
Queen Victoria Memorial gardens
The beautiful gardens are dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria who gave the island to the Pitcairn Islanders in 1856. The gardens are located on the family property...
Slaughter Bay is located next to Emily Bay lagoon in World Heritage listed Kingston area and these two beaches are the most popular and recommended on the island. Reefed ...
St. Barnabas Chapel
The mission church, St Barnabas Chapel, was built as a memorial to Bishop Patterson who was killed by natives in the Solomon Islands in 1871. This church still stands to...
Catering for visitors and locals with supplies of seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables, cut flowers, home cooking, craft and souvenir items, books, jewellery, stamps, post...
Norfolk Island is becoming more popular for surfers, eager to catch a reef break.
The Bottle House
The Bottle House was built in the late 1950's as a family home & is still lived in to this day. During early construction of the bottle house the only materials used wer...
The Hilli Goat
At the Hilli Goat where food is made and grown with love, we invite you to visit our stunning cliff top property at Anson Bay. Come and meet the Cheeky Goats and wander...
The Local Art Gallery
Try your hand at watercolour. You know you've always wanted to. Watercolour lessons last about two hours, and you will take home an original painting of a Norfolk Island ...
Trial of the 15
The Trial of the Fifteen - An Historical Drama by Peter Clarke. This highly successful play has been running for over ten years to more than 35,000 visitors.
Come and see local artist Rachael McConnell recreating the painting inside tut Ankh Amun's Tomb.
Two Chimneys Winery
Two Chimneys Wines is the only winery on the island offering a quality food & wine experience. Open 6 days Tuesday to Sunday. 11am to 6pm.
Visitors Info Centre
The Visitor Information Centre is your one stop shop for all of your holiday information, tour and activity bookings and dining out bookings.The friendly staff can also p...
Walk in the Wild
A privately owned rainforest that is open to the public every afternoon. It is a gentle stroll along the track, where you can learn about the natural flora and fauna from...
World Heritage Kingston
The Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area (KAVHA), is of outstanding significance to the nation as a convict settlement spanning the era of transportation to eastern A...