Norfolk Island might seem like just another quiet paradise, but the tiny Australian island is actually drenched in unique culture and history.
And Travel at 60 now has the perfect deal that will keep you entertained, having fun and wanting more.
This offer, starting at $849 per person, gets you seven nights of self-serviced accomodation at Aloha Apartments in Norfolk Island, plus a half-day island tour — a great chance for first-time visitors to get oriented with the island’s many spectacular attractions.
The holiday apartment, set in a private landscape garden, is within easy walking distance of the Burnt Pine town centre — the largest town on Norfolk Island. Learn more here.
This old lighter boat has been put to rest next to the historical Crank Mill in Kingston. These lighters are locally built to bring ashore supplies from the cargo boats. They are towed behind a motorised launch and when bringing ashore large items like buses;two lighters are strapped together. 🇳🇫#norfolkislandtourism #tradition🌲 . . #norfolkisland #travelawesome #visitnorfolkisland #southpacific #ilovetotravel #threesixtydegreesofwonder #explorenorfolk #norfolknaturally #wanderlust #traveltherenext #sliceofparadise #liveauthentic #travelphotography #norfolkpine #seeaustralia #lovetheoutdoors #pristine #passionpassport #bucketlist #emilybay #Kingston #worldheritage #traveldestinations
It also includes daily cooked or continental breakfast at the nearby Wrap and Roll cafe and a $60 dinner voucher for the on-site cafe and car hire.
More than 3,000km from the mainland, lined with endemic pine trees and with a fiercely proud community of locals, Norfolk Island is undoubtedly one of Australia’s best-kept secrets. From the unique culture inspired by Tahitian, mutineer and British colonial beginnings to the burgeoning food scene that will keep even the most enthusiastic foodies happy, this idyllic island is well worth a visit.