Important information for travel to Norfolk Island as of 01 July 2016




Norfolk Island is a diminutive island jewel within the South Pacific, north-east of Sydney and south-east of Brisbane, on the same latitude as Byron Bay. The island is a volcanic outcrop 8km long and 5km wide. The climate is subtropical. The daytime temperature rarely exceeds 28°C in summer and rarely falls below 17°C in winter. Norfolk boasts beautiful sandy beaches within the reef of Emily Bay and Slaughter Bay. One third of the island is made up of National Park with a variety of well sign-posted walking tracks leading to stunning scenery and dramatic coastline.

In 2010, the Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area (KAVHA) was inscribed on the World Heritage List. Visit the KAVHA Research Centre, meander through the cemetary, explore the ruins, visit the Museums and discover Norfolk’s rich and colourful history.

So much to see, so much to do. Enjoy the plethora of tours and activities on offer or simply kick back, relax, rejuvenate and enjoy the good earth!