Travelling Tips – Those Who Wish to Visit Norfolk Island 

Norfolk Island is a small, yet beautiful, island off the coast of Australia that may just be the perfect holiday destination you are looking for. With its sweeping hills, iconic Norfolk pine, and gorgeous accommodation spots, Norfolk Island is perfect for both the adventurous and relaxing holiday-goer and is perfect for friend groups, families, and couples alike. 

With so much to do on this small island, it can be difficult to know where to start planning your next Norfolk Island holiday. Thankfully, we have you covered, as here are our top travelling tips for those who wish to visit Norfolk Island. 

How to Get to Norfolk Island 

Norfolk Island is situated in the South Pacific Ocean, roughly 1600kms to the north-east of Sydney in Australia. With a small land size and an even smaller population, many Australians aren’t even aware of the island’s existence. Despite this, Norfolk Island has continuously established itself as a popular tourist destination for travellers looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life in favour of the outdoors and a simpler lifestyle. 

Reaching Norfolk Island is surprisingly easy from Australia. The airline Air New Zealand operates flights to the island that fly directly from both Sydney and Brisbane. If you wish to take your time to reach the island, there are some cruises that depart from Sydney. 

When is the best time to visit Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island has relatively pleasant weather all year around. However, we believe that March is the best time of the year to visit, as it isn’t as hot as the summer months directly before, nor has the winter chill set in yet. March also doesn’t experience as much rain as some other months of the year, so you will have a better chance of experiencing the island’s natural beauty for yourself. 

Staying at Norfolk Island 

Norfolk Island is brimming with great accommodation spots. From luxury manors to cosy cottages, there is a room for everyone who visits this island. It doesn’t matter if you are travelling with a large family, your significant other, or by yourself, you are bound to find a Norfolk Island accommodation that works within your needs and budget. 

As Norfolk Island isn’t very big, getting around the island is relatively simple. You can hire a car to drive around the well-built roads of the island – just remember to partake in the friendly island tradition of offering a “Norfolk wave” to any other drivers who you pass by while on the road. 

If you don’t feel like driving, you can also hire a bicycle and use this to get around the island. It’s great exercise, and if you are visiting during the sunnier months of the year, you won’t have to worry about the rain coming down on you while riding from place to place. 

The official languages of Norfolk Island are English and Norfuk. While it is recommended that you learn some basic phrases in Norfuk before you visit, the vast majority of locals will be able to speak English. 

Visiting Norfolk Island 

As you can see, Norfolk Island is just waiting for your next holiday. From swimming in its crystal clear waters to visiting its renowned dining locations to surfing its waves, there are so many memorable experiences just waiting for you and your travelling companions the next time you decide to travel to Norfolk Island.