10 Spots to Capture Instagram Moments

Norfolk Island is a hidden gem in the middle of the Pacific. The perfect place to relax, unwind, and capture some unique Instagram moments.

1. Lone Pine

​​​​​​​No trip to Norfolk Island is complete without a photo of this iconic pine tree.

2. Mt Pitt

Drive right to the top of Mt Pitt for spectacular 360 degree views of the whole island!

3. Queen Elizabeth Lookout

​This the perfect vantage point that overlooks Kingston a World Heritage Site, with the beaches, golf course, the cemetery and where the Pitcairn Islanders arrived in 1856. 

4. The Raft

​​​​​Anchored in the middle of Emily Bay, the raft is a constant reminder of an endless summer. 

5. Kingston Pier

Beautiful by day, but spectacular at sunset, the Kingston Pier is a great spot to click away.

6. Cows

​Cows have the right of way and roam freely on the roads; sometimes they are even happy to pose for the camera!

7. Sunrise over the Ruins

​​Capture the early morning sunlight pouring through the ruins in World Heritage Listed Kingston.

8. The Fig Trees

​​Located on New Farm Road - at the 100 Acres Reserve entrance you'll find these huge fig trees... big enough to play hide and seek in!

9. Golf Course

The Golf course is located in a World Heritage Site; it borders a sandy beach and the rolling waves of the South Pacific ocean.

10. Captain Cook Lookout

​Located in the National Park, Captain Cook Lookout has an awesome outlook. Walk right to the end of the boardwalk and admire the view.

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