Norfolk Island, Australia
Norfolk Island is a small island in the Pacific Ocean. Norfolk Island is located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia. Norfolk Island is part of the Commonwealth of Australia with self-governance. Norfolk Island and two other neighbouring islands form part of Australia's external Territories. The Norfolk Island pine tree is a symbol of Norfolk Island and so is pictured on the Norfolk Island Flag. Norfolk Island is the main Island. Phillip Island is the second largest island in the group of islands. Kingston is the capital city of Norfolk Island with limited jetty and harbour facilities. Burnt Pine is the largest populated area within the Norfolk Island group area. Norfolk Island is now a major holiday tourist destination with all types of family holiday accommodation, and is mainly accessible by air as there are no proper port facilities available, only small ports and marinas for yachts and small boats etc. Kingston and Cascade Bay have boat loading jetties for produce etc and small boats.
Norfolk Island now has a growing tourist holiday trade with lots of holiday accommodation places and a good range of different types of accommodation deals. Norfolk Island has holiday 2,3,4,5 star resort style accommodation sites, family 1,2,3,4 bedroom apartment/unit accommodation deals, lots of holiday accommodation with ocean views, plenty of backpacker and nomad hostel, lodge and cabin accommodation places, hotel motel business travel, leisure or pleasure accommodation deals. Some Norfolk Island accommodation sites supply vehicles and accommodation packages. Tour operators run daily trips to major tourist attractions or boat trips to the nearby islands and Cathedral Rock and Nepean Island. Norfolk Island has lots of unique bird life and natural local fauna species found only on Norfolk Island.
More than 20% of Norfolk Island is protected by National Parks or wildlife and fauna reserves. Norfolk Island has eco friendly remote retreats or wilderness trek accommodation sites. Norfolk Island has many restaurants with fresh foods and good drinks, clubs and hotels with live music. While at Norfolk Island visit lookouts, war relics, historic landmarks, see native animals and flora, trek national parks etc. While in Norfolk Island visit places like Phillip Island or other small islands. Must visit places include Captain Cook Lookout, Anson Bay with a lovely protected beach and Emily Bay area with picnic parks, walking trails and a relaxing beach. Most of the holiday tourists stay at Kingston or Burnt Pine and travel around the Norfolk Islands with tour operators.