Cheap tickets for Norfolk Island (Australia)

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Major cities and airports in Norfolk Island (Australia)

    1. Burnt Pine: Norfolk Island Airport (NLK)

Time and Communication

Norfolk Island operates on Norfolk Island Time, which is 11 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+11). It observes daylight saving time. The island is serviced by Australian mobile networks, providing good coverage and call quality across most areas.

Money and shopping

The official currency on Norfolk Island is the Australian Dollar (AUD). The exchange rate is approximately 1 USD to 1.37 AUD as of 2023. Credit cards are widely accepted, with Visa and MasterCard being the most common. Currency exchange services are typically available at banks during regular business hours.


Given Norfolk Island’s compact size, transportation mainly involves car rentals and bicycles. The island is easy to navigate, with a well-maintained road network. Guided tours and taxis are also available for tourists.

Touristic attractions

  • Emily Bay: A beautiful sandy beach, ideal for swimming and snorkeling, located within a reef which provides calm waters.
  • Norfolk Island National Park: A lush park offering walking trails, birdwatching opportunities and stunning views of the island and ocean.
  • Kingsford Smith Memorial: A tribute to aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith’s first trans-Pacific flight, featuring interpretive panels.
  • Norfolk Island Botanic Garden: Showcasing the diverse flora of Norfolk Island, including several endemic species.
  • Convict-era Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area: A UNESCO World Heritage Site with well-preserved Georgian architecture, offering insights into the island’s past as a penal colony.
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