Each year Norfolk Island host’s a number of popular Festivals & Events. If you travel when one of these is on you can have a holiday that includes that elusive “little something extra”.
They can make your time on Norfolk Island just a bit more special.
Norfolk Jazz’s it up! has become a well-known event on the Jazz calendar. Held on this beautiful subtropical island each December the festivals attract a star-studded line-up of artists year after year with 2017 featuring
The Andrew London Trio, Pearlnoire, Mimosa Duo, Feral Swing Katz, The Jazz Factory & Stevenson’s Rockets. Offering friendliness, uniqueness and a number of high-quality jazz sets, It’s a must-see event for any Jazz enthusiast!
The Norfolk Island Country Music Festival is held in May each year and attracts a fantastic line-up of Australian and New Zealand artists.
2018 will mark the 25th Country Music Festival and it’s gearing up to be another sensational event.
Past artists include Beccy Cole, James Blundell, Adam Harvey, Glenn Moffatt, Marion Burns and Eddie Low. For 2018 you will be entertained by the likes of Travis Collins, Dennis Marsh, Mason Hope and The Topp Twins.
Music pass packages include a variety of shows such as a Gospel show, Country rock and Hits & Favourites you also get a commemorative programme so you don’t miss a thing.
Don’t leave it too late if you want to combine beautiful island scenery, interesting history, outdoor activities and country music into one amazing holiday experience.
Paddock To Plate
Paddock to plate, fresh produce picked, caught or harvested and served to you on the same day. Taste Norfolk Island is an annual Norfolk Island event held in late November giving you the chance to really experience what the local producers, chefs, cooks, and eateries are doing on the island.
The event celebrates Norfolk’s unique food, culture, and lifestyle all set in the spectacular local scenery. Canapes, food stalls, a traditional island Thanksgiving dinner and seafood extravaganza accompanied by local seasonal produce and meats are just some of the activities you can enjoy.
Cooking demonstrations, sausage making classes, chocolate making technique classes or a Polynesian feast cooked in a traditional underground “Ahima a” oven are some other things you can choose to enjoy.