Things To Do on Norfolk Island

Things to do on Norfolk Island

We can organise a picnic lunch for you to take on any of your day trips. Just ask the on-site managers and they will organise it for you.

Advance Fishing Charters

A fishing charter is certainly a treat for any visitor to Norfolk Island. Advance Fishing Charters is locally owned and operated by a 7th generation Pitcairner and descendant of the Bounty Mutineers!

Offering half-day fishing trips and private charters, the proud owners of this business promise. ‘We never come home without fish!’

Advance Fishing Charters treat the marine park and ecosystem with the utmost respect, only taking what can be used. All age groups and experience levels are catered for. Advance Fishing Charters also offers a Round Island Cruise, and a Soft Adventure Kayaking Tour including snorkelling. For more information:

The Museums

Discover the fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Convict Settlement and Pitcairn history in our collection of fascinating museums. With four museums covering the multi-layered history and stories of Norfolk Island, you can visit just one, or purchase a multi-pass ticket. For more information:

Norfolk Island National Park and Botanic Gardens

A visit to Norfolk Island National Park and Botanic Gardens should not be missed. Offering a spectacular complete view of the island there are many great walks available for people of all ages and ability, from a 600 metre or 1km round trip through the Botanic Gardens to more longer and challenging walks. There really is something for everyone. Marvel at the sub-tropical fauna and flora with many of plants native to the island. A short drive to the Captain Cook Monument offers more walks as well as picnic tables, barbecue sites and toilet facilities. The view here is truly spectacular. For more information:

A day trip to Phillip Island

For the fit and adventurous. Dependent on the weather and ocean conditions, pre-bookings are recommended. Our on-site managers can assist with this.

Walking trails

There are many wonderful walks on Norfolk Island. Pack a picnic and you’ll be set to enjoy a leisurely meal in another magical setting. Drive to Mt Pitt and take the walking trail to Captain Cook Monument or stroll through the Hundred Acre Reserve. The approach to this reserve has the most magnificent stand of Moreton Bay Figs.

Puppy’s Point

If there were one thing that Norfolk Island is not short of it would have to be stunning views. Puppy’s point is just another example. Best known as a spectacular sunset vantage point, it does not disappoint and is a perfect place to enjoy a picnic. 

Crystal Pool

Another hidden gem on Norfolk Island, and at the bottom of our garden,  is the Crystal Pool, a natural rock pool accessed down a steep embankment with a rope trail. It’s an adventure and not for the faint-hearted or unfit! On a calm day at low tide, the pool is magical with beautiful coral and sea life on view.

The sky at night

Norfolk Island is a Gold Level Dark Sky Town, recognised for its excellent dark skies. With little or no light pollution, you will not believe your eyes when you venture out at night.