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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most Norfolk Island hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Visit Norfolk Island for a quiet getaway experience just a short flight from Australia and New Zealand. Spanning approximately 35 square kilometres (13.5 square miles), it is easy to travel the island coast to coast and explore its magnificent shoreline. Hire a car and discover the dramatic cliffs and secluded beaches that line the island.
Kingston, the island’s historic capital, looks out over Slaughter Bay on the island’s south coast. See the ruins of convict settlements, dating back to the island’s early 19th-century history as a penal colony, and several restored colonial buildings and museums.
Learn about Norfolk Island’s intriguing history at the Bounty Folk Museum in Kingston. Find out about the island’s link to the HMS Bounty mutineers and Tahitians whose descendants resettled on Norfolk Island in 1856. Experience island traditions, such as the warm acknowledgement between islanders known as the “Norfolk Wave” and the “Norf’k” language, a unique blend of 18th-century English and Tahitian.
Take in the island’s relaxed atmosphere on a walk through Burnt Pine, the island’s main residential town. The main road and Village Place are lined with shops, hotels and restaurants. Enjoy an array of shopping opportunities without the taxes and duties usually applied in Australia and New Zealand. Book a table in a Burnt Pine restaurant and enjoy some fresh seafood. Try the local trumpeter or indulge in regional dishes based on traditional Polynesian foods.
Wander through the farmers’ market, held in Burnt Pine on a Saturday. The island’s information bureau is also located here.
Explore the island by hiking through Norfolk Island National Park and find magnificent views from Mount Pitt and Mount Bates. See some of the island’s unique flora and fauna on land and under the sea. Book snorkeling, diving, fishing or glass-bottom boat tours to see beautiful wildlife and coral species.
Reach Norfolk Island via a short flight from Sydney or Brisbane in Australia and Auckland in New Zealand. Norfolk Island International Airport is located near to Burnt Pine. Hire a car, scooter or bike on the island, as no public transport is available.
A: Most people visiting Norfolk Island arrive into Norfolk Island (NLK). This popular airport operates approximately 12 international flights every month.
A: Most travellers book apartments in Norfolk Island. However, you won't be lacking in options. Cottages, hotels and private holiday homes are also common in this destination.
A: It's entirely your choice. Combine flights, hotels and cars, or simply pick one option. You can also add some amazing activities and experiences to your travel schedule. Whatever you're looking for, we can help you design a holiday in Norfolk Island that's perfect for you.
A: You'll score a seriously good bargain when you bundle your Hotels and Flights. It's a breeze (and easy on your budget) to custom make your own package deal via Expedia. Why wait? It's time to turn those travel daydreams into reality and see more of this remarkable planet for less.
The hosts from the moment we were greeted to showing us throughout the villa. Really felt at peace, a very private villa and home away from home. Would buy the property if I could!!!! Will definitely return
Located on the waterfront, this family-friendly cottage is within 6 mi (10 km) of Norfolk Island National Park, Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area and Kingston Jetty. Anson Bay and Norfolk Island Botanic Garden are also within 9 mi (15 km).
The apartment was very well appointed and the whole place is well looked after. We had a very relaxing week at the Tin Sheds and the little car was terrific for getting around the island.
Norfolk Island is a lovely, quaint place to visit and the Cumberland Resort and Spa is a perfect base to see the Island from. It's a short walk into the heart of town so you don't need a car if you don't want to, but a car is available and included in your accommodation costs if you'd like to explore ...
The hosts Brian and Jeanette were so kind and friendly. The unit provided everything we needed for a wonderful holiday. The best thing however was the incredible view and peaceful surroundings. Loved every minute.
Expedia failed to notify me that a car and a local mobile phone were inclusive, which caused many headaches and wasted time
Situated near the beach, this apartment building is within a 10-minute walk of Cemetery Bay and Ball Bay Reserve. Old Military Barracks and All Saints Church are also within 1 mile (2 km).