Norfolk Island Surfing

Norfolk Island is well known for its Bounty history, heritage museums, churches and convict buildings. However, the beautiful beaches and rocky coastline surrounding Norfolk Island also offer great surf. Beaches like Emily Bay, Anson Bay, Slaughter Bay and Norfolk Island Beach are good spots for surfing and swimming with local lifesavers constantly on patrol.

Tourism on Norfolk Island is popular all year round with sunny, subtropical weather, a casual atmosphere and good waves making Norfolk the perfect backdrop for your next surf trip. Whether you prefer to travel alone or with a group of friends, holiday accommodation on Norfolk Island caters for all budgets and styles, from apartments or country cottages to resort hotels.

A map of Norfolk Island outlines activities to enjoy out of the water. Everything from a golf course, scenic drives and walks, national parks, convict settlement ruins, lookouts and museums to explore will keep you busy until the next big wave rolls in and will give you an understanding of the interesting heritage of the island. Burnt Pine is the home of tax-free shopping; in fact some tourists travel here purely for the great shopping bargains.

Plenty of day trips tour Norfolk Island and are a great way to see its natural beauty, originally formed from a volcanic outcrop. Kingston, Captain Cook lookout and many types of water sports are just some of the activities to enjoy while on Norfolk Island.

Located only a short flight from Australia or New Zealand, surfing opportunities are endless around the beautiful coastline of Norfolk Island.