There's more to Norfolk Island There's more to Norfolk Island

From our sweeping history to our pristine natural environment, Norfolk is the perfect outdoor classroom, with a playground that’s hard to beat.

Whichever way you turn on Norfolk Island you’ll find fascinating things to learn and discover. Interested in history? Take a walk through the incredible ruins, historic buildings and museums of the Kingston UNESCO World Heritage Site, which bring Norfolk’s convict past vividly back to life. Or, try your hand at weaving and feel the rich fibres of our Polynesian roots. More inclined towards nature? Our island is a magnet for marine biologists, bird watchers and naturalists.

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While Norfolk ticks all the big curriculum boxes, it’s the perfect classroom for hobbyists too. Norfolk’s landscapes, historic buildings and subtropical climate make it the perfect place to sharpen your photographic skills. And our clear, dark skies make it one of the planet’s finest spots for star gazers to peer into the universe. In fact, just about every aspect of life on our island is an opportunity to broaden your horizons and learn, from the timeless spectacle of watching our longboats ferry cargo to shore, to just gazing into our rockpools.

So, whether you’re a family with hungry young minds to feed or a lifelong learner in need of a lil’ nourishment, Norfolk Island offers a well-rounded education for everyone. And, if you’re a teacher interested in bringing over a class, contact the team at our Visitor Information Centre and we’ll help you organise an educational adventure your students will remember forever.

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