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Norfolk Island

Bays, Birds & Beaches

With a lagoon-fringed shoreline, green hills and scenic walking trails (30% of the island is designated as National Park and Public Reserves), beaches, pine trees and incredible bird life, like the Norfolk Island green parrot found only here, Mother Nature is clearly present within every vista.

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Fresh Seafood & Produce

A food lovers’ paradise that boasts 30 restaurants, cafes, clubs and take-aways stocked with locally sourced fresh and organic produce including homegrown beef and pork, freshly caught fish, natural fruit and vegetables picked daily, boutique products including Arabica coffee, handmade chocolates, honey and artisan cheese and wine.

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From Watersports to Treks

There are countless adventures to experience on Norfolk Island; from mountain biking to golf on a World Heritage-listed course. You can take a Mini Moke car-ride along coastal roads or enjoy a glass bottom boat escape, visit fascinating Phillip Island, surf on reef breaks, deep sea fish, kayak or swim and snorkel at pristine beaches.

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Activities for All Ages

There is an ease and wellbeing to everything and everyone on Norfolk Island. There are no lines of traffic, no parking meters, no queues & no hawkers so it's easy to retreat, rest, recover and reconnect to nature. Take a trip to the beach, have lunch at a scenic picnic spot, play a round of golf, do Tai Chi or a luxe spa treatment.

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Convicts & Settlers

Home to World Heritage-listed Kingston & Arthurs Vale, the oldest of 11 Australian penal colonies, there are 4 museums for walking tours & language classes. Islanders are descended from British mutineers & Polynesian sailors who sailed HMS Bounty -- track its history at Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama

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