Norfolk Island Holidays
Located between Australia, New Caledonia and New Zealand, the symbol for Norfolk Island is the pine tree and this features on the territory's flag. Visitors to Norfolk Island can find ruins left over from convict settlements, over 170 native plants and ferns, and several types of sea birds that come to the island to breed
Imagine a lush, beautiful island with sandy beaches, jagged cliffs and tall pine trees supported by a local community with a simple, laid back way of life. Norfolk Island is such a place. This green island paradise is found in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean and is just 35 square kilometers in size with 32km of coast line.
Holidays on Norfolk Island feel like you have been isolated from the rest of the world. The buildings have colonial architecture, a heritage from its English ancestors.
The island is 8 kilometres by 5 kilometres, you'll be delighted to discover that you need a surprising number of daily excursions to fully explore all this islands unique glory. It is one of the most unspoiled places in the world and the locals are determined to keep it that way. Strict limitations are placed on the number of visitors who can live here and the number of holidaymakers who can visit at any one time, so you'll never be crowded.
There is no income tax, no land tax, no company tax, no council rates. The main industry is tourism and you are made to feel welcome
Getting to Norfolk Island
From Australia, you can fly directly to Norfolk Island out of Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle or Brisbane.From New Zealand, your departure point is Auckland.
Photos courtesy - Norfolk Tourism