Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island, an 8 km x 5 km Australian island in the South Pacific Ocean defined by Norfolk Island Pine Trees, lush verdant volcanic terrain  and jagged cliffs.


9 hole golf course

Emily Bay is a sheltered sandy beach, with reef-protected waters not far from the historic cemetery which is also the final resting place of the island’s most notorious resident, writer Colleen McCullough.



Norfolk Island National Park offers views over palm forests from Mt. Pitt and Mt Bates.

In seaside Kingston, the Norfolk Island Museum traces the island’s colourful, bloody and gruesome history and there are many tours to enable you to learn of not only the island’s past but Australia too.


This is the only way on to the island from the sea. Sometimes supply ships have to wait weeks for calm waters to transfer their cargo.

Buildings from the penal colony – prisoner compound confined up to 1800 people.