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Lesser Known Historical Facts

Lesser Known Historical Facts
​You don't have to be a history buff to appreciate the many layers of Norfolk Island's history, it simply surrounds you. Although the island's four distinct settlements are widely documented, here's a refresher. There's evidence near to Emily Bay of a Polynesian settlement estimated to have existed between 650 and 1000 years ago.  Explorer Cap...
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Eco-friendly Holiday Destination

Eco-friendly Holiday Destination
​ Eco-friendly tourism is the latest travel trend, and Norfolk Island is jumping on board. Like many Pacific islands, tourism is the primary industry for this 5 x 8 km destination with a population of around 1800. With pristine white sandy beaches, World Heritage listed convict buildings, and untouched natural beauty, this little island paradise is...
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Getting around the island

Getting around the island
​One of the most common questions people ask when planning a holiday to Norfolk Island is, "Do I need a hire car?" The answer is yes! Locals also suggest you become familiar with Norfolk's very unique road rules before you hit the road. Over two millions years ago, Norfolk Island was formed by volcanic activity creating a rugged landscape of hills ...
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Summer Daze

Summer Daze
​When you think of spending summer at a holiday destination, crowded beaches, painful sunburn, seagulls, and tidal rips might come to mind… just like an episode of the Bondi Rescue show! However, if you spend a summer holiday on Norfolk Island you can expect a slight sea breeze, the purest cleanest air, uncrowded beaches, and long sunny days… givin...
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Holiday Like a Local

Holiday Like a Local
​In these uncertain times, we all miss the excitement of packing our bags, jumping onto a plane and relaxing into that seat you worked so hard to pay for, with the anticipation of travelling somewhere different building every minute.  But for now, why not travel closer to home? In fact, what about travelling here, to our island paradise?&...
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The Phillip Island without penguins

The Phillip Island without penguins
There are several options of flight paths for planes approaching to land on Norfolk Island. Passengers may see the rugged cliffs of Anson Bay, or fly over the   World Heritage Site at Kingston. But there is one flight path which could slightly rattle the nerves of first time visitors as they look out of the plane window and ...
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