Located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia, Norfolk Island is renowned for its pine trees and this symbol is also the feature on the territory's flag. Norfolk Island is home to more than 170 native plants, and is a breeding ground for several types of sea birds. Despite its colonial history, not all Norfolk ancestors are English, in fact some were Polynesian and this influence is still strong in the local cuisine and the hula dance today.
Norfolk is an island of history, mystery, culture and intrigue and there are a number of interesting and entertaining tours available to explore, educate and inspire. Whether the historic convict settlements excite you or the mysterious fate of Fletcher Christian and the Mutiny on the Bounty spikes your curiosity, there's a tour designed for you. Norfolk Island also boasts an outstanding range of arts and crafts, cooking, bushwalking and nature tours so there's sure to be something for everyone.