Norfolk Island accommodation
A recent addition to the Norfolk Island accommodation listings, Whitewood Sea completed full renovations in July 2014.
Enjoy magnetic views across Creswell Bay to the majestic Phillip Island from a beautifully appointed modern house, purposefully built around the view.
Explore the beachy side of Norfolk Island. Whitewood Sea is walking distance to the intimate Bumboras beach, one of the locals favourite surf spots. Or take a 5 minute drive down Country Road and through the KAHVA Kingston World Heritage listed area to the best swimming beach on Norfolk. Emily Bay lagoon can be like a lake at low tide, with less than a 25m swim before you can start to see the wonderful coral reefs and underwater world through crystal clear waters.
Norfolk Island is steeped in history and the Georgian buildings of Kingston will instantly set you back in time. Days can be consumed in the four Norfolk Island Museums learning about Norfolk’s fascinating past.
Serene nature walks are also just around the corner at 100 Acres Reserve. The entrance to the coastal walk is breathtaking especially in the morning when with light dapples through the huge commanding and majestic fig trees which lead the way to the reserve entrance.
Nature walks must come with good food? Popular with locals and visitors alike, Dinos is a relaxed restaurant set in a restored island homestead offering authentic and delicious food. Dinos is three doors down from Whitewood Sea. Or Norfolk Blue famous for its locally grown organic beef and fine cuisine is a couple of minutes drive down the road, opposite the (still commanding by night) fig trees. Plus there’s more cafes and restaurants in town, a 7 minute drive away.
Whitewood Sea is positioned perfectly to set the tone for a relaxing, unforgettable holiday on Norfolk Island.
*photo copyright & courtesy Ian Rolfe, Southern Lightscapes