The Crest Apartments
Situated on an elevated 3 hectare site with expansive well-kept grounds with barbeque and garden seating positioned to take advantage of the seascape, it is the perfect spot for outdoor dining and offering great views of the Pacific Ocean and the two nearby offshore islands from the property.
Travel Dates: 6 November - 1 December 2017 & 4-11 December 2017
South Pacific Resort
Set in 5 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens the newly renovated South Pacific Resort is the largest and most conveniently located hotel on Norfolk Island. Just a brief walk to the main shopping township of Burnt Pine and only a short drive to historical Kingston, beautiful Emily Bay and the go...
Travel Dates: 14 - 21 July 2017 & 21 July -7 August 2017
Set in pristine manicured gardens, Aloha Apartments are located right in the heart of Burnt Pine close to cafes, clubs, shops and restaurants. Facilities at Aloha are exceptional with a swimming pool, BBQ's, departure lounge, book exchange, self-service laundry and a manned reception. Guests can ...
Travel Dates: 10-24 July 2017 & 20-27 November 2017
Jacaranda Cottages offer fully self-contained country style timber cottages with all the modern conveniences. Each cottage offers lovely views through valleys and out to the sea from large, sunny verandahs and are set in a quiet and peaceful location.
Travel Dates: 14 July - 21 July 2017, 21 July - 7 August 2017, 25 August - 11 September 2017, 18 -25 September 2017 & 6-20 November 2017
Tintoela of Norfolk
Tintoela, sitting sublimely on 4 acres of manicured tropical gardens, features world-class design and an unrivalled location overlooking the beautiful South Pacific Ocean. Consistently ranked one of Norfolk's top accommodations, Tintoela, meaning "sweetheart" in the Norfolk language, offers luxur...
Travel Dates: 4-11 September 2017, 6-20 November 2017 & 4-11 December 2017
Deep azure seas, towering pines and a colourful colonial past
History aside, Norfolk Island is beautiful. You can hike up Mount Bates through rainforest remnants, dive in crystaline waters, paddle lagoons and it's a magnificent location for star gazing. The 9-hole golf course is a pretty one and there are several annual music festivals, including jazz, opera and country. Accommodation is usually in the range of 3–4 star and many places offer car hire as part of their tariff. Though the island is only 5 kilometres by 8 kilometres, it's handy to have a car.
Happily, a holiday on Norfolk Island can be had year-round due to its pleasantly temperate location. Only a 2–2.5-hour flight from Brisbane or Sydney, respectively and 1.5 hours from Auckland; you can be here in no time! Just remember to bring your passport, even if you're coming from Australia.