With its breathtaking natural landscape of soaring pine trees, lush greens, gorgeous waters and rugged terrain this tiny island holds volumes of history and intrigue and is truly a hidden gem of the South Pacific.
It is located in the South Pacific Ocean and lies east of Australia, north of New Zealand and south of New Caledonia. The main language is English but the Islanders speak the local language 'Norf’k', which is a mixture of Tahitian and Old English.
Our currency is the Australian dollar, you get around the island by a hired car and the same road rules apply but with the difference of experiencing the ‘Norfolk Wave’ - we give a wave to other passing motorists and it is our very own unique way of acknowledging one another, regardless of if you are one of the locals or visitors.
Despite it’s size, you will discover that Norfolk is a foodies’ paradise with fresh seasonally locally grown produce either from our gardens, paddocks or straight from sea.
Whether you are into the less strenuous activities such as swimming, game of lawn bowls, dining to activities for those wanting a little more adventure like fishing, snorkelling or hiking on Philip Island…. Norfolk Island certainly provides a great range of things that appeal to the interests of the young and young at heart -
Norfolk is the perfect place to unwind, relax and let the days pass by…