TOP 10 Places to Visit in Norfolk Island
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Norfolk Island, a tiny Australian island in the South Pacific Ocean, is defined by pine trees and jagged cliffs. Sandy beaches include Emily Bay, with reef-protected waters. Norfolk Island National Park offers views over palm forests from Mt. Pitt. In the capital Kingston, the Norfolk Island Museum traces the island's colourful past. The Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area has a ruined British penal colony.
10. Norfolk Island Cemetary
09. No 10 Quality Row
08. Kingston Pier
07. Anson Bay
06. Norfolk Island National Park
05. Puppy's Point
04. Captain Cook's Monument
03. Old Kingston Town
02. St. Barnabas Church
01. Emily Bay
TOP 45 NORFOLK ISLAND Attractions (Things to Do & See)
Best places to visit in Norfolk Island, one of the most remote islands in Australia. Norfolk Island lies in the South Pacific Ocean know for jagged cliffs and pine trees. The capital for this Australian South Pacific Territory of Norfolk Island is Kingston.
Popular tourist attractions in Norfolk Island - Australia is Emily Bay, the sandy beach. Norfolk Island National Park and Botanic Garden also very popular for tourists.
Recommended things to do in Norfolk Island besides go to Emily Bay or Norfolk Island National Park is to visit Norfolk Island Cemetery, Kingston Pier, Captains Cook Monument for its beautiful scenery, Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area, Mount Pitt, Norfolk Island Museum, Anson Bay, Puppy's Point, Pitcairn Settlers Village, Hundred Acres Reserve, Island Markets in Burnt Pine, Salt House, Bloody Bridge, Crystal Pool, Phillip Island in south of Norfolk Island, Queen Victoria's Garden, Bounty Folk Museum, Cockpit Waterfall, Crankmill, Ball Bay, etc.
In this video of Top 45 Norfolk Island Attractions (Things to Do & See), you can explore all 45 where to go or what to do or must see places list from Explore Australia.
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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Oceania
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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Oceania: 1. The Tin Sheds *****
2. Endeavour Lodge ****
3. Shearwater Scenic Villas ****
4. Forrester Court Cliff Top Cottages *****
5. Cumberland Resort & Spa ****
6. South Pacific Resort Hotel ***
7. Castaway Norfolk Island ***
8. Jacaranda Park Holiday Cottages ***
9. Tintoela of Norfolk ****
10. Ocean Breeze Cottages ***
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1. 17 The Village Place, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $188 - $249
Featuring a garden, The Tin Sheds offers accommodations in Burnt Pine. The property features a spa tub. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.
2. 158A Collins Head Road, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $118 - $213
Featuring a garden, Endeavour Lodge is located in Burnt Pine. Free private parking is available on site.
3. 145 Rocky Point Road, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $189 - $382
Located in Burnt Pine, Shearwater Scenic Villas features a garden and barbecue. Free private parking is available on site.
4. Matts Ground Rd, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $320 - $504
Located in Burnt Pine, Forrester Court Cliff Top Cottages features free WiFi, a garden and barbecue. Free private parking is available on site.
5. 100 Taylors Road, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $122 - $232
This property is a 12-minute walk from the beach. Showcasing a year-round outdoor pool and hot tub, Cumberland Resort & Spa is located in Burnt Pine. The property features a spa tub. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.
6. Taylors Road, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $123 - $157
South Pacific Resort Hotel offers accommodations in Burnt Pine. The hotel has a sun terrace and views of the mountains, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant.
7. Taylors Road, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $97 - $138
Showcasing a barbecue and sun terrace, Castaway Norfolk Island is located in Burnt Pine. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.
8. 49 Cutters Corn Road, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $146 - $162
Featuring a garden, Jacaranda Park Holiday Cottages is located in Burnt Pine. The property features a spa tub. Free private parking is available on site.
9. 60 Harpers Road ( P.O. Box 510 ), 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $288 - $428
Located in Burnt Pine, Tintoela of Norfolk features a garden and barbecue. Free private parking is available on site.
10. 72 Queen Elizabeth Ave, 2899 Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island, Price range $114 - $138
This property is a 18-minute walk from the beach. Located in Burnt Pine, Ocean Breeze Cottages offers a garden and barbecue. Free private parking is available on site.
Must-Visit Places on Norfolk Island (Ep1) - Emily Bay
This video is about my holidays on Norfolk Island in April 2019. Emily Bay is a scenic lagoon beach that is a perfect area for swimming and snorkelling area. Or you can just grab a book and sit there to enjoy the serenity and to feel the gentle breeze.
Must-Visit Places on Norfolk Island (Ep3) - Kingston Convict Site
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Less than 3 hours flying from Sydney, Brisbane or Auckland, the island boasts a pristine environment with beautiful beaches, a rugged coastline, World Heritage convict site and National Parks and Reserves dotted with the iconic Norfolk Island pines.
Offering a myriad of sights and activities, culinary delights with food bursting with flavour, friendly local people and a sub-tropical climate, Norfolk Island is the perfect holiday choice for visitors of all ages.
Captain Cook described Norfolk Island as ‘paradise’ and we couldn’t agree more.
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Welcome to The Paradise Hotel & Resort Norfolk Island, your ideal Norfolk Island Accommodation. Our popular resort hotel is nestled in 11 acres of beautifully landscaped sub-tropical gardens. With 55 spacious rooms in four accommodation styles, there is something to suit every budget and we endeavour to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible.
Just over two hours flying time from Sydney or Brisbane and less than two hours from Auckland lies what Captain James Cook described in 1774 as paradise on earth. Norfolk Island is steeped in a tumultuous history, blessed with breathtaking scenery and surrounded by pristine beaches that will ensure your South Pacific island holiday is unforgettable.
Discover the many attractions the island has to offer -- wander through the historical Georgian settlement of Kingston which enjoys a World Heritage Listing status, visit the local art galleries and museums or choose one of the many scenic day tours on offer. Whether you're here for adventure or relaxation, the world of Norfolk Island awaits...
During your stay, why not relax by our swimming pool with a cocktail or enjoy a romantic dinner at one of the island's finest restaurants -- La Pèrouse Restaurant & Bar, open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our head chef serves Modern French cuisine with an island twist and focuses on using the freshest local produce available.
Organising a meeting or conference? Consider our in-house conference facilities. Our function rooms can be flexibly configured for small meetings, day conferences or large evening functions with creative catering packages provided.
Escape to paradise...we look forward to seeing you.
Norfolk Island - Couples holiday
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Visual journey through the National Park In the land of the Bounty mutineers. Discover spectacular seascapes, unique flora and fauna, Captain Cook Monument, and Bird Rock. Great bird watching and walks.
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View of the Australian flag blowing in the wind. Early settlement sites and convict prisons in Australia.
Title on background of waves crashing. Text about Norfolk Island. Aerial view of Norfolk Island which is home to many descendants of the mutineers from the HMS Bounty. Aerial view of the coastline. Aerial view of runway. A plane landing. Plane taxiing. Passengers getting off plane. Landscape. Pine trees. Kingston, Norfolk Island the second oldest British settlement in the Pacific. View of old jail and current government headquarters. Two women walk past a bungalow. Quality Row, Kingston the original main street. The original barracks. A man on a horse rides away from the camera. A horse and carriage trot past in the opposite direction. A residential home. A man walks between two pine trees. A woman walks up steps to a veranda. Two women pick flowers. Close up of flowers. The cable station at Ansons Bay. View down the hillside where the cables run. Aerial view of sea where a boat sails. Closer view of boat. A convict built wharf and the ruins of the whaling station. Women and children on the wharf watching a motorboat. Cargo being transferred to the motor boat. House where the Australian explorer William Charles Wentworth was born. The ruins of the convict built old stables. Three people pass through one of the archways. Ruins of the jail and the old gallows. View of war memorial through a break in the jail walls. A man goes in to the dungeons. A man crouches by a primitive plough that was drawn by convicts. Close up of plough. Two horses and riders go towards the Bloody Bridge where the convicts walled up a prison guard. The two riders dismount and look at the bridge. View of common grave holding the convicts involved at the incident at Bloody Bridge. A man in shorts inspects a headstone. View of cemetery. People tending the graves. Grave of Fletcher Christian. Another grave. Two recent graves with crosses for headstones. Fields. Animals grazing. A team of horses pulling a plough.
Mr Adams is the farmer behind the plough. Close up of Mr Adams rolling a cigarette. Mrs Christian with her dog in her garden. Mr Ben Knott in his garden. A man walks past palm trees. Close up of a tree bearing fruit. A local girl picks wild growing guava fruit. View of guava fruit on the tree. Tow girls picking and eating guava fruit. A spider in its web prodded by a stick. A man and a woman reach the top of a cliff. The woman carries a long pole. They have been fishing. They pause under a tree and the man empties the fish out of the sack he is carrying. The woman crouches and picks up a fish. Close up of woman in a very silly bonnet. Hugo Quintal chopping logs. Close up of Hugo with axe. View of Harry Quibtal making tortoise shell ornaments. Close up of ornament. Mrs Nod holds a flower which she sniffs. Next to her sits young girl. Mrs Nod is a descendant of Reverend Nod who brought Christianity to the island. Children play outside a school. Inside a classroom pupils study. The teacher. Close up of children. Model of a ship. A man and boy stand either side of a very rusty gun. Close up of boy who is a sixth generation direct descendant of Fletcher Christian and also called Fletcher. Close up of gun which came from HMS Bounty. Men on golf course. Men playing bowls. A group of young people riding. The group riding through woods. Close up of riders resting and chatting amongst themselves. Members of the community entering the Padison Memorial Chapel. A toddler climbs the chapel steps. Inside are marblework and shell mosaics by students from the Solomon Islands. Close up of the inlaid ends of hand carved pews. View of hand carved lectern. The minister turns the pages of the Bible on the lectern. Stained glass windows. Landscape. A mother with her son and daughter. Landscape. A young couple. Tree. Young woman. Pine tree. Coast
Australian Wonders | Norfolk Island
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Norfolk Island the South Pacific's best-kept secret is one of the most beautiful and historic islands on earth.
A heritage of brutal penal settlements is a fascinating backdrop to the serene natural beauty of the island.
Spend time with the locals and indulge in some memorable dining events or simply take in the stunning panoramic views of the island renowned for its thriving marine life and colourful coral reef.