Norfolk Island, a small and beautiful island, is located in the Pacific Ocean. Australia and New Zealand are its two major neighbors. The varied flora giving it the appearance of a green island is the main attraction of the island.
The Arches, The Barracks, Bounty Folk Museum, Norfolk Island National Park & Botanic Garden, Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area, Fletcher's Mutiny Cyclorama, Emily Bay, Old Kingston Town, Captain Cook's Monument, Mount Pitt, St. Barnabas Church, Puppy's Point, Anson Bay, One Hundred Acres Reserve, Pitcairn Settlers Village, Bloody Bridge and Watermill Dam are most of the must-visit places of Norfolk Island.
The well maintained old architecture of the buildings adds to the uniqueness of the island. In the remote island, Norfolk, one will feel transported to the long gone colonial era. The calmness of Norfolk Island allows one to relax and get refreshed. There is no urban city like hustle bustle in Norfolk Island.
The lush greens and sandy beaches of Norfolk Island are of pristine beauty because of the isolation of the Island. But that isolation has never made Norfolk Island a lesser tourists’ attraction of the Oceania region. Long walks with scenic nature around make one come closer to nature as well as to other human beings. There are several bird species that adorn the Norfolk Island.
Norfolk Island is easily accessible, owing to flight facilities to the island. Touring in Australia and New Zealand seems incomplete without a visit to this green cover of nature.