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Where is Norfolk Island?

Norfolk Island is a small subtropical island approximately 1,600 km north-east of Sydney and 1,100 km north-west of Auckland. The 8 km by 5 km of verdant landscape bordered by pristine coastline make up our beautiful home in the South Pacific. It only takes a short flight from Australia or New Zealand to feel totally off-grid.

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Flying from New Zealand

  • Flights to our island escape are only 2.75 hours from Auckland.
  • Air Chathams operate direct flights from Auckland to Norfolk Island. Current schedule is every Monday and Thursday. 
  • Those travelling from Auckland will need a passport. 
  • Visitors without an Australian or New Zealand passport may require an Australian Visitor Visa to enter Norfolk Island.

Flying from Australia

  • The flight to paradise from Brisbane is 2 hours and from Sydney is 2.5 hours.
  • Qantas operate direct flights to Norfolk Island from the International terminal currently 3 times weekly from Sydney and 3 times weekly from Brisbane. 
  • Travelling from Australia is considered domestic travel; however, flights operate from the international terminals of Brisbane and Sydney airports. Keep this in mind if you are making a flight connection from another Australian city.
  • Australian residents travelling from Australia do not need a visa or passport (although a passport is the preferred form of ID) but photographic identification is required for all passengers. e.g an Australian Driver's license. 

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