Due the current international travel bans the demand for travel to Lord Howe Island & Norfolk Island is extremely high. To help manage the volume of online enquiries we have reduced our call centre phone hours to 9am – 3pm Monday to Friday.

We apologise should this cause any inconvenience. Much appreciated from the team at Oxley Travel.

Below is the current situation for:

Lord Howe Island: A COVID declaration sheet will be provided to all travellers at approximately 3 weeks prior to their travel date. This must be completed and sent directly onto the accommodation in which you are staying within 72 hours of your arrival.

Norfolk Island*: Important information – Due to the increase in cases in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia as a result of the Delta strain, EMT and IMT met on Friday morning of 23 July and determined that travellers from New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia will not be permitted to enter Norfolk Island for a period of 2 weeks, commencing from midnight tonight, Thursday 22 July 2021 until midnight on Wednesday 4 August 2021. Please refer to Norfolk Island’s COVID-19 Advice for the latest information. Visitors must apply for an entry pass 72 – 24 hours prior to departure. Apply for an entry pass here.

Note: We strongly advise travellers to keep up to date with border/travel restrictions in the state you reside.

*Subject to change


Qantas will be operating flights from Sydney and Brisbane to Norfolk Island until 29 August 2021.

Passengers booked on Air New Zealand will be automatically transferred over to Qantas (same day and similar departure times).



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 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, and a picturesque National Park with a variety of walking tracks..

Uncover Norfolk’s rich and colourful history. Meander through the World Heritage Listed Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Site (KAVHA). Explore the ruins, cemetary, museums and enjoy the island’s natural environment.

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!