Norfolk Island Restaurants

Whether you like steak, seafood, Chinese or Italian, there is a restaurant for you on Norfolk Island. From Espresso coffee shop, wine bar and sidewalk cafes to a-la-carte style dining, more than 30 restaurants are guaranteed to keep you happy. Cliff top BBQs, fish fry tours and progressive themed dinners are also traditional island options to enjoy. Try local culinary delights of Mudda (banana dumplings) and Hihi Pie (made from periwinkles).

Accommodation on Norfolk Island caters for tourism of all kinds but does get quite busy, so needs to be booked in advance. Cabins, country cottages, apartments and resorts with in-house restaurants offer comfortable island lodging. Clubs and pubs also offer counter meals, like Norfolk Island Leagues Club and RSL.

Brewery Bar & Bistro offers tours and tastings of the brewery to see beer making in progress. Café Pacifica is a quaint upmarket café found inside the nursery near Bounty Folk Museum, great for lunches, brunch or afternoon teas. Homestead and Aquillo’s Restaurant are other popular choices on the island.

Take a tour of Norfolk Island or travel by car to discover the historic convict days of Captain Cook, HMS Bounty and mutineer history.

Bird watching, photography, water sports, scuba diving, golf and gymnasium are leisure activities to enjoy. Joy flights over nearby Phillip and Nepean Islands are also a good way to see the scenic views. Rainforest, beach lagoons and bush reserves with rock pools are scattered across the island amongst historic churches and museums.

A map of Norfolk Island details all scenic walks and drives to enjoy on your holiday.