Attractive Norfolk Island Specials apply to Nightly Rates and to Accommodation and Airline Packages.

Special Nightly Rates apply depending on demand, season, and other factors. Please check our nightly rates for different dates to secure your best Norfolk Island special rate. For instance, July and August are currently discounted. Attractive Norfolk Island specials apply to other periods throughout the year.

All Accommodation Airline Packages include return airfares, 4-star accommodation, Discounted Resort Rental Car for just $28 per day including insurance, or upgrade to Minivan for just $39pd including insurance, airport transfers, Wi-Fi, starter breakfast provisions, heated swim spa pool, half-day tour (nominal fee may apply), daily Wi-Fi Allowance, seasonal fruit, more…

Extra Flights from Sydney in 2018

2018:  Due to increased demand, Air New Zealand has added extra flights between Sydney and Norfolk Island by operating a weekly Sunday service. The additional Sunday flight will operate at the same times as the current Monday and Friday services.


Norfolk Island Events and Activities


20 January 2018: Wearable Art Extravaganza

22 to 26 January 2018: Outrigger Canoe Challenge. The course was the best I have ever paddled in my life” – Pam Prescott, AOCRA Secretary and near 30 year veteran paddler

3 to 9 February 2018: International Clay Target. A longtime favourite with Clay Target shooters, next year’s the Norfolk Clay Target Association celebrates their 36th International Championships. A four day tournament usually held in the first week of February. The Norfolk Island Clay Target Association hosts visitors atop Anson Bay, one of the most scenic spots on the island, for a week of competitive shooting and socialising among local club members and Australian and New Zealand visitors.

12 – 18 February 2018: Vets Golf Tournament

19 to 23 February 2018: South Pacific Pairs Bowls

23 February to 2 March 2018: Banished to Norfolk Island: Norfolk Island is the most haunted place in Australia.

4 to 12 March 2018: First Fleet Celebrations

3 to 10 March 2018: History Lovers Tour

6 to 14 April 2018: Norfolk Island Convict Challenge Bowls

15 to 20 April 2018: Autumn Ukulele Festival. Uke players and musicians of all levels of ability are invited to attend and join with the Norfolk musicians.
During the Festival players will enjoy playing at scenic locations, a boat special on the Lagoon, historical area of the Penal settlements and on Norfolk’s only roundabout. Besides interesting workshops and Island rhythms, invitations will be given to perform at the Hospital, White Oaks, School, Churches and the local markets.

20 to 30 April 2018: Veterans Tennis Championships. Australian and New Zealand tennis players are invited to ‘meet in the middle’ for the 2018 Norfolk Island Veterans Tennis games. The 5 day tournament consists of mens doubles, ladies doubles and mixed double events.
A popular event hosted by the friendly local Cheryl Tennis club, visiting tennis players can participate in a great event and spoil themselves with a holiday on beautiful Norfolk Island.

24 April to 2 May 2018: Norfolk Island Conservation Project – Wildmob. Our work on Norfolk Island is hands on. We will be working within Norfolk Island National Park, other reserves and on private conservation land. A large focus will be on bush-land restoration to improve habitat for over 55 threatened or endangered species, and up to 18 species of seabirds that breed within the Norfolk Island group. However, wildlife and habitat management can be a complex business and so at any time we might be helping out with feral animal control, doing research to improve our management, or simply brainstorming with local ecologists and land managers to find better ways of doing things.

You will be working alongside like-minded people, National Park rangers, local naturalist and scientists and Norfolk Islanders. Of course there will be plenty of time to enjoy the natural wonders of the islands; snorkeling in pristine ocean waters, bushwalking and bird-watching along National Park walking trails, exploring the World Heritage listed Kingston and Arthurs Vale ruins from the islands convict history, and of course enjoying the world renowned hospitality of Norfolk Islanders.

29 April to 4 May 2018: Heritage Bounty Fours bowls. Norfolk Island is a popular lawn bowls destination, unlike some clubs in Australia and New Zealand the Norfolk greens remain open all year round. Norfolk Island makes the most of the climate by hosting tournaments throughout the year including their most popular tournament in May. Of all events it’s the Bounty Bowls open fours competition (where teams can be men, women or mixed) that is well and truly stamped on the bowls calendar.

20 to 25 May 2018: 25th Country Music Festival. The Norfolk Island Country Music Festival is celebrating its 25th year in 2018. Be sure to book early & secure your place, for what promises to be the best Country music festival ever! Don’t miss out!

12 to 15 November 2018: Governors Cup Golf Tournament. 2018 will be the 12 year anniversary of the Governor’s Cup. This tournament is growing each year and early indications are that the 2018 event will be nearly full. It is held in November each year which is traditionally one of Norfolk’s best times of the year for good weather. It is has a different structure to  other local golf tournaments with the format being a pairs event held over three days. While the main focus of the week is fun and enjoyment, there will still be strong competition with amazing $10,000 worth of prizes on offer.

Day one (Tuesday) is a 4 Ball Best Ball Stableford, Day two (Wednesday) is a 2 Person Ambrose and Day three (Thursday) is a 4 Ball Aggregate Stableford. Teams are awarded points based on where they finish amongst the field on each days play (e.g. if there are 50 teams of 2 players then the team that wins will collect 25 points, the team that comes second will collect 24 points……the team that comes 24th will win 2 points and the rest will collect 1 point). This unique point structure, along with the three different games, gives teams of all different handicap levels a realistic chance of winning. It has also traditionally been very close on the last day, which leads to some exciting golf.

The week starts with a Welcome Dinner. There is a cocktail welcome hour and delicious full buffet dinner on the night included in the tournament entry fee.

The golf is then held over the next three days with daily presentations being held in the clubhouse on both Tuesday and Wednesday. Following the golf on Thursday, there will be a daily and overall gala presentation dinner. A three course alternate drop menu is included in the tournament entry and a great is night guaranteed for all.

The Governor’s Cup is a terrific golf tournament and a great excuse to come and visit Norfolk Island.

Please contact us for more details about accommodation specials.

27 July to 4 August 2018: A Little Bit Country. Join one of the hosts – Rodney Vincent from Victoria, Graeme Hugo from South Australia Fortunata Isgro from Queensland , or Lucky Starr from NSW for a fabulous week of touring and dinners. Included are two special concerts (open only to guests) where your hosts will perform all your favourite country hits plus a set of musical greats such as Elvis and Dean Martin.


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