Your Norfolk Island holiday can be as busy or relaxed as you want it to be. Deep sea fishing with odds you have to experience to believe, scenic coastal walks through pristine nature reserves to less of the exertion and more of the sleep-ins for eggs benedict and Campos coffee wake ups. There’s a vast array of things to do on Norfolk Island, surprisingly so for such a small place. Whether you want to take up options of organised day and night tours or grab your own picnic basket for a magic sunset, there’s a lot to choose from all at your fingertips! A couple of cows crossing the road could be the closest you’ll get to a traffic jam.
Tour operators offer orientation tours, walking tours of the KAHVA convict settlement areas, an incredible 360° art exhibition in the form of a Cyclorama, Mastering Taste a garden and cooking workshop with a local chef, morning birdwatching tours, Phillip Island trekking, cliff-top fish frys and much more.
Pre-book a full range of tours and activities available via Norfolk Island Travel Centre or touch base with the Whitewood Sea team for recommendations or tour bookings at check-in.
“The Norfolk Island golf course has been described as the world’s “Hardest ‘easy’ 9-hole golf course”… it could be the best 9-hole course you will ever play” Inside Golf magazine.
”I’ve just returned from the best fishing trip of my life. Yes, that’s how good our trip to Norfolk Island was. Not only did we experience incredible fishing for a large range of different species, but we quickly fell in love with the laid back lifestyle on the island and the wonderful people we met along the way.” – Chloe Taylor (She Fishes).