Remote peaceful paradise with a fascinating history…
Join us on an ‘In Depth’ tour of the historic Georgian settlement of Kingston. Walk through the cemetery & hear the history of interesting convict & colonial headstones, hear stories of the houses along Quality Row. Walk through the ruins of the New Jail, see the Pier Store, Boat Shed & the Crank Mill
Dinner and Lantern Walk. Listen to tales and stories that will delight you, make you sad and through it all send shivers down your spine! Includes dinner in historic Kingston and a lantern walk through the ruins.
Enjoy a 3 course meal progressing to different Norfolk Island family homes. You will join a group of other Norfolk Island visitors and be taken to carefully selected island homes where you will hear Norfolk stories from your dinner hosts. The Progressive Dinner is a fun night and a great way to meet the local people.
Take your choice of a stroll through ‘One Hundred Acres Reserve’ or for the more energetic, a leisurely 3.5 km walk through scenic Mt. Bates to Captain Cook Monument. At the end of the walks we meet on the clifftop for a delicious breakfast barbecue.
Discover the colourful history of Norfolk Island’s most recent settlement, the ‘Pitcairners’, from their descendants – on one of the last remaining original settler’s properties. You will learn about the history & culture of the Pitcairn Settlers. View the pristine homestead gardens (including many of the traditional crops), visit a blacksmith’s forge, a WWII Army hut, the Museum of Memorabilia and other significant locations.
Enjoy a feast of Island dishes, salads, homemade bread & fresh fried fish, followed by Island desserts & tea or coffee. Enjoy some local entertainment on Norfolk’s beautiful, Puppy’s Point.
The half day orientation tour is a must for every visitor! Visit historic Kingston, Cascade, Longridge & much more. See & hear about the famous convict buildings, beautiful beaches & golf course, the renowned Melanesian Chapel, our Government, our laws & lifestyle. Enjoy views from scenic spots on this full commentary conducted tour. Rest for a delicious morning or afternoon tea at a private home with fantastic views!
Experience the culture of our forebears! From our mutineer ancestors and their Tahitian wives came the arts of wood craft, weaving, cooking & our Norfolk Language. On this tour we visit an island home and learn the arts of wood, language & weaving!
Started by island brothers Glen & John Christian, “Mootineers” Cheese Company is a boutique dairy and cheese producer creating hand-made mouth watering cheeses with a small herd of organic cows. On this tour, you will visit a local farm and meet the milk cows, see beehives and learn about the production of local honey. We will then visit the local sawmill and learn about the iconic Norfolk Pine. We then enjoy some scrumptious cheeses, honey and jams with complimentary wines.
Nightfall at Kingston brings a different mood to the Convict Settlement. The stillness and the stars are there just as they were before mankind arrived in 1788. However, with the dramatic use of real life sounds, theatrical lighting & costumed actors, the stillness is broken as we take you through the horrifying decades of Norfolk Island’s convict era.
The Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama is regarded as one of Norfolk Island’s most popular attractions and has won several Tourism Awards. You will walk inside a circular panoramic painting to be completely surrounded by the artwork. It is a truly unique way to experience the history of the Bounty adventures and discover how the world’s most famous mutiny created the Pitcairn and Norfolk Island communities.
A fun night out for all ages! Dress as a convict (outfit supplied) & join in with the Commandant for an evening of gaiety, feasting, singing & dancing. Great food! Great fun! Norfolk’s only dinner & dance night – this is the most popular feature dinner on Norfolk.
Be entertained by descendants of the Bounty Mutineers while savouring the culture, music and a delicious two course feast fit for a mutineer! Enjoy a complimentary drink on arrival along with island dancing, island drumming, weaving and talks on whaling.
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