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

Mother Nature is present at every turn on Norfolk Island. Wherever you go, our environment and the views are totally inspiring. 

"Yorlyi kam lukorn" Come and have a look.

Day 1 - Fishing & golfing

Morning - The fish are always biting on Norfolk! Join a experienced fishing guide on a half-day charter. If you’re not fond of the high seas, lace up your hiking boots and head off on a Breakfast Bushwalk through our national park or Botanical Gardens.

Afternoon - Tee off for 9 holes (18 tees) at the stunning Norfolk Island Golf Club, set by the picture-perfect waters of the South Pacific. 

Evening - Enjoy sunset at Puppies Point clifftop, while barbecuing the fresh fish you caught that morning.

Wide view of a golfer playing on the Norfolk Island Golf course with blue ocean in the background.  


Day 2 - Bird watching & ghost hunting

Morning - Marvel at the seabirds, the dramatic cliffs and natural rock formations as you walk the Bridle track or head off for a bushwalk in the  Hundred Acres Reserve, to view the many seabirds from the clifftop boardwalk. 

Afternoon - Enjoy lunch and great coffee at one of the many cafes, afterwards, head down to Kingston and check out the waves breaking on the reef at Slaughter Bay, have a swim or snorkel in Emily Bay Lagoon,  or go beachcombing along the sands of Cemetery Beach.

Evening - Book the Ghost Tour Dinner and Lantern Walk. The meal and spooky tour take place in the Kingston UNESCO World Heritage Site. Or you can just do the Lantern Walk only, which includes walking through the Convict cemetery. 

 Two women snorkelling on the reef off the coast of Norfolk Island


Day 3 - Hiking and star-gazing

Morning - Set sail with Charter Marine for the six-kilometre voyage to Phillip Island, the ‘Uluru of the South Pacific’. Trek across a stark landscape and learn all about the dozens of species of seabirds who call this uninhabited island home. A good level of fitness is required for this outdoor adventure.

Afternoon - Walk the winding track down to Anson Bay. This beach is not recommended for swimming but the eye-popping scenery, beachcombing and birdlife make it well worth the walk.

Evening - Drop in to the Black Anchor Bar for a pre-dinner drink, then try out a blackboard special from one of the clubs. On your way home, take the time to appreciate our incredible dark skies and see the Milky Way as you’ve never seen it before.

 Historic house and boat wreck in the foreground with expansive night sky filled with stars being the focus of the image.


Stay for 7-days

There is so much to do on Norfolk Island, so why not stay for longer? 

Enquire about a 3 island boat cruise, take the 200 steps to the top of Flagstaff hill for an amazing lookout over Kingston.  Walk the loop track at Hundred Acres Reserve. Take in the sweeping views from the Captain Cook Monument lookout; this is where the coastal Bridle track starts. Discover our island’s endemic plants and birds at the Norfolk Island Botanical Gardens Discovery Centre. Or, just sit back under a towering Norfolk Island pine tree and enjoy the peace and quiet.


Inspiration for your Itinerary 

Looking for more things to do on Norfolk Island? Check out our other great itineraries and you’ll soon discover you’ll need more than a week in paradise to experience all we have to offer.

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