Norfolk Island is a small South Pacific island located in the Pacific Ocean between Australia and New Zealand. It has a sub-tropical climate with temperatures rarely over 28 degrees or under 10 degrees. It is a one and a half hour flight from Auckland, a two and a quarter hour flight from Brisbane and a two and a half hour flight from Sydney. Air New Zealand are the carriers for these routes and you can find their full schedule at www.burntpinetravel.com
If you are looking for flight / accommodation / car hire packages including current specials, you can find this information at the two Norfolk Island holiday specialists (based on the island):
There are numerous accommodation options to cater for your personal needs on Norfolk Island. We recommend the following:
Governor’s Lodge Resort offers 55 individual one-bedroom 4 star fully serviced cottages set on 12 acres of wonderfully landscaped sub-tropical gardens incorporating majestic Norfolk Pines.
Your stay is complimented by our signature Governor’s Restaurant and Bailey’s Café for all your dining requirements. Centrally located to the shopping centre and tourist attractions, Governor’s Lodge Resort offers affordable luxury with attentive service.
Governor's Lodge are the naming sponsor of The Governor's Cup - you can find more information on this tournament here
Choose the Castaway for your next visit to beautiful Norfolk Island. Your home away from home, we offer hotel style and self contained apartments.
All of our rooms are modern,spacious, and feature super comfortable Queen and Split King sized bedding.
Conveniently located in the heart of Burnt Pine with sweeping valley and garden views, the Castaway is just a short stroll to local shops and cafes.
We provide our guests with complimentary access to our fitness room, as well as complimentary use of beach towels, snorkelling gear, picnic rugs and local mobile phones whilst on the Island.
Castaway Hotel are the naming sponsor of The Castaway Pairs Invitational - you can find more information on this tournament here