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

Norfolk Island National Park welcomes visitors to explore its stunning scenery and rich diversity of bird and plant life. Walking tracks wind through lush palm forests, stands of Norfolk Island pine and along the coastal fringe. You can even walk beneath the tallest tree ferns on earth.

Take in the incredible 360° views from Mount Pitt then walk the Summit track to Mount Bates, the two highest points on the island. 

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Visit the Captain Cook monument and lookout platform for spectacular coastal views and make use of the picnic facilities and barbecues provided. 

The Botanical Garden, located at the top of Grassy Road, is a great place to explore and learn about Norfolk Island's plants and animals. . You can learn more about the island's unique bird life and plants in the Discovery Centre, also located in the gardens.

National Parks & Botanical gardens