Experience the beauty and nature of Norfolk Island's unique natural environment as the morning's first light breaks over the bush with this Breakfast Bush Walk. One of the most popular tours, there are two walks to choose from to suit your fitness level, with both winding up with a breakfast BBQ on the cliff top.
Norfolk Island is built in a rich and fascinating and sometimes terrifying convict history, the remainders of which can be seen in much of the historic buildings and ruins found on the island. This 3.5 hour Convict Settlement Tour takes you back in time with an informative guided walk through cemeteries, ruins, gaols and more.
Travelling back in time to a pub on the Isle of Man, Fletchers Fate Mystery Dinner harks back to the days after the Mutiny of the Bounty. A sumptuous 3 course dinner is accompanied by a cast of interesting characters that speculate on the fate of Fletcher Christian and remains a mystery to the very end.
Held on Puppy's Point enjoying picturesque views of the coastline, the Island Fish Fry is held every Tuesday and Thursday evening and is a favourite tradition with both visitors and locals. A sumptuous feast of fried fish, salads, homemade bread, desserts and tea and coffee is served accompanied by local entertainment.
Experience the excitement of one of the most famous overthrows in Australia history with this re-enactment of the Mutiny on the Bounty Show. See the events through the eyes of the Norfolk Islanders as descendants of the mutineers perform in the Salty Theatre outdoor amphitheatre on the west coast.
A unique and extremely popular way to spend a night on Norfolk Island, this Night as a Convict theatre restaurant style experience puts you in the shoes of the convicts, literally, with uniforms provided for you to wear on the night. Enjoy a three course carvery dinner and drinks and a highly entertaining night of singing and dancing.
Immerse yourself in the centuries old culture that exists on Norfolk with this Island Culture Tour that takes visitors to four different local properties. Treated to a number of demonstrations including a weaving demo, woodturning with Norfolk's timber and cooking, there's also a language presentation.
Taking you on a fascinating journey through historic Kingston and the Island's convict past all the way to modern Norfolk Island, this Half Day General Tour enjoys plenty of time for photo opportunities and still leaves you time to explore on your own after this ideal introduction to Norfolk.
Experience this Progressive Dinner with a three course meal served in three different Island homes in the company of an intimate yet enjoyable group. Along the way you'll be able to learn about the Island's traditional recipes, local produce, conventional homes and the lifestyle of your host families.
Re-enacting the dramatic tales of Kingston's old convict days, this Sound & Light Show is a spectacle to behold. Backed by an audio track and the haunting convict ruins, visitors are taken on a journey back in time from a comfortable vantage point inside their bus.
The Hilli Goat
Foodie-lovers will relish the experience of The Norfolk Whey, a magical tour of a local farm where visitors can witness goat milking and cheese making, tour the farm and then enjoy a feast of the home-grown, home-made produce overlooking the sea. This family farm located atop a cliff at Anson Bay allows you to learn about the Norfolk way of life, and is a must-do on your next Norfolk Island holiday.