An undiscovered island paradise, tucked away between Australia and New Zealand, Norfolk Island will surprise and delight. Iconic, moody seascapes, sparkling turquoise waters, historical landmarks and gastronomical delights!
An island paradise that is largely undiscovered, a unique mixture of Aussie and Polynesian culture fused into typical island life. Revered for its stunning, turquoise beaches, stark cliffs with thundering waterfalls and teeming coral reefs, the vista from any location will not disappoint.
Settled by descendants of Bounty Mutineers, the islands’ DNA is a glorious mixture of Tahitian and English. Friendly local's welcome visitors with open arms and proudly show off their beloved island home. The unique culture of the island is hugely evident in its gastronomic offerings, as it is known for its outstanding organic produce and a complete ‘paddock to plate’ food culture that lures visitors.
The island is also home to some glorious natural wonders; the tallest fern trees, towering Norfolk Pines and lush rainforests that provide sanctuary to a diverse range of colourful flora and fauna.
What really sets the island apart, however, is its fascinating history. The island’s past and culture fuse to create a unique cosmos where folklore, music, food and culture is entirely its own. These traditions are celebrated and honoured throughout the year. The most notable celebration is held on the 8th June, known as ‘Bounty Day’, honoring the very first Polynesian setters that descended on the island, along with their Bounty mutineer ancestors who have defined the island ever since.
No trip to Norfolk Island would be complete without seeing one of the wonders listed below.
Norfolk Island offers a wealth of wonderful sights and experiences. What better way to explore them than on a Wendy Wu tour?
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