From the minute you arrive you notice the clean fresh air and the laid back "Norfolk way" that makes you feel relaxed and comfortable.
There's more to do than you ever imagined...deep-sea fishing, ocean kayaking, snorkelling, horse trail rides, golf, tennis, lawn bowls, target shooting and exploring the town of Burnt Pine. For a slower pace, you can join a yoga class or take a quiet walk in the National Park.
When it comes to food, what more can you want, from the finest a-la-carte restaurants and cafes to picnics an BBQ's on the beach. Food on Norfolk is a way of life where the real cost is to the waistline, not the wallet.
Some holiday-makers look for natural unspoilt beauty, others go for the get-away-from-it-all. But for those who want everything including a 200-year snapshot of Australia's history then there's only one place on earth - Norfolk Island, an English speaking Australian Territory, just over 2 hours flight from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane