Norfolk Island Eating Out

Norfolk Island offers over 30 restaurants with a diverse range of cuisine available. From Italian, steak, seafood or Chinese, dining at a selection of clubs, cafes and a la carte restaurants. Culinary tours are also a good way to taste local culture and specialties like cliff-top BBQs, sunset fish fries or a progressive dinner.

Norfolk Island offers a diverse landscape and is a great place to travel for a walking or driving holiday. National Parks, rock pools, reserves and scenic cliff-top terrain look over beach lagoons and blue ocean.

A map of Norfolk Island indicates all trails suited for walking and driving to explore the natural beauty of the island landscape. Climb Mt Pitt at Norfolk Island National Park or bushwalk the many tracks surrounding the peak.

Norfolk Island has plenty of scenic drives and walks. Warm, balmy weather offers perfect opportunities for birdwatching or water sports. Discover the mutiny heritage of HMS Bounty on Norfolk Island on the many tours available. Tour old historic landmarks like Kingston, Pitcairn Settlers Village or Captain Cook monument.

The island is named after the Norfolk Island Pine which is seen everywhere across the island. Slaughter Bay, Emily Bay and Duncombe Bay offer scenic beaches for water sports or surfing and surround the island.

Take a short flight over Nepean or Phillip Island to encounter uninhabited islands, home to natural bird sanctuaries. Indulge in bargain shopping at Burnt Pine, then play a round of golf.

Accommodation of all types is also available on Norfolk to cater for most budgets.