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Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island

What an amazing place to visit. Defined by the famous Norfolk Island pines, jagged cliffs, sandy beaches, and reef-protected waters. Experience the stories and history of yesteryear. A fun fact - the entire Island has only one roundabout and there are no traffic lights! There is also no public transport. Cows (not a typo) have the right of way on all roads on the island.

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What an amazing place to visit. Defined by the famous Norfolk Island pines, jagged cliffs, sandy beaches, and reef-protected waters. Experience the stories and history of yesteryear. A fun fact - the entire Island has only one roundabout and there are no traffic lights! There is also no public transport. Cows (not a typo) have the right of way on all roads on the island.

You will not want to miss this tour!



Price:  Twin Share - $4,000 per person | Single - $4,700 per person


Deposit: $500


Final Payment Due: 28th December 2021


Inclusions:  Luxury Coach Travel | Departure Day & Return Airport transfers| Return Domestic Flights with Qantas | 7 Night’s quality accommodation on Norfolk Island | 7 Dinners - Including the following specialty dinners – Island Fish Feast; Commandant’s Dinner & Progressive Dinner to Island Homes, Who Killed the Surveyor Dinner | Foundation Day Lunch and Celebrations |7 Full Buffet Breakfasts | All bus touring, transfers, attractions & tours as per Itinerary on Norfolk Island


Pick Ups:  Pick up Times will be advised closer to the departure date.





Day 1:28th February

This morning we are transferred from our homes to Hobart Airport for our Qantas domestic flight to Norfolk Island via Sydney:-
FLIGHT QF1530 Hobart to Sydney depart 06:10 arrive 08:00
FLIGHT QF0179 Sydney to Norfolk Island depart 09:30 arrive 13:10

*Please make sure you have your "current photographic ID" with you.

Upon arrival on Norfolk Island we are transferred to our accommodation where we check in for the next 7 nights. Ahead of us is a wonderful week of Norfolk Island hospitality enjoying dinner every night and full hot breakfasts every day. This afternoon we are greeted with a welcome drink at our hotel as our hosts let us know everything about the resort. This evening we are in for some fun and Mystery with our dinner.

Who Killed the Surveyor Mystery Dinner:-
Go back in time and dine with the Chief Magistrate Frederick Young and his wife Mary. Frederick is hosting this dinner to honour His Excellency, Governor General Denison who is making yet another visit to the island. A young English surveyor from Sydney is found washed up on the cove southeast of Point Hunter. Dine on a 3-course dinner while you help solve the mystery of "Who Killed the Surveyor?" The tour takes place in one of the original, elegantly restored Georgian houses at No. 9 Quality Row, on the beautiful Kingston foreshores.


Day 2: 1st March

After breakfast, our touring for the day begins.
Discover our World" Orientation Tour This morning we get to discover this wonderful Island. Our guide will explain all of the Island's history from Polynesian settlements many years ago to how life is today on Norfolk Island. We cover most of the Island and learn what it was like in the first settlement, penal times in Norfolk Island and the arrival of the Pitcairn Islanders, descendants of the famous Mutiny on the Bounty. We visit Kingston, Cascade, Anson Bay and the wonderful St Barnabas Chapel.

Farm and Industry Tour:
While tourism is Norfolk's largest industry, this is by no means its only one. On this tour, we will visit some of the many enterprises that sustain the community. These include: raising meat producing sheep, market gardening, pig farming, manufacturing soft drinks and liqueurs, gardening and the export of Kentia seedlings. We enjoy dinner tonight in the
Hotel restaurant.

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Day 3: 2nd March

Our day begins with a delicious buffet breakfast at the resort and a morning at leisure, before our afternoon touring.

Gardeners Delight Tour:
This personalised tour will take you on a journey behind the scenes to experience a market garden complete with a flower garden and an orchard. A secluded old Island home surrounded by the most amazing gardens, these gardens are irrigated by a hand dug well which was dug in the convict era. The next stop is the labour of love garden which is inspirational. You will also visit the picturesque gardens with amazing views. Morning tea will be served at scenic location.

Commandant's Dinner:
Imagine dining with a Commandant! This factual yet fun dinner theatre is the newest interactive show to hit Norfolk Island. The Commandant's Dinner is a "must do" for our Norfolk visit! The cast of actors will take us on an entertaining journey back in time. Be enthralled by the Commandant's stories about the notorious Convict Settlements on NorfolkIsland and how the convicts were treated through punishment and reform. Listen to a chilling recall of one of the infamous rebellions. Marvel at how the Commandant's and their families adapted to life in a Norfolk Island penal colony, recreating a little piece of England in the Pacific. Explore their great challenges, impressive successes and
shameful secrets. The Commandant's Dinner is a night of great entertainment, delectable hearty, wholesome British fare fit for a Commandant and his good lady wife, and loads of fun.

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Day 4: 3rd March

Enjoy another delightful buffet breakfast at the resort before a fairly relaxing day ahead.

Taste of Norfolk:-
Our Taste of Norfolk Tour takes us to a bee keeper's home where we will view flow hives and learn about the fascinating local honey bees and view their incredible flight path to their hives. Next stop is a beef and dairy farm where we will learn about supplying milk to make local cheese and fresh milk for the market place. Our hosts will also give us a taste of local beef sausages. Last visit will be a cooking demonstration where we will see a traditional yorlor stone which came from Pitcairn Island on the Morayshire in 1856, have a yorlor on the stone to create green banana fritters flavoured with local honey. Sit back, relax and enjoy! We top off our afternoon at the amazing Cyclorama, a multi award winning Norfolk Island attraction. Cyclorama is an amazing 360 degree mural that vividly illustrates the journey of the Bounty aboard the HMS Bounty from England toTahiti to Pitcairn Island and Norfolk Island. An experience not to be missed!
We enjoy dinner tonight in the Hotel.

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Day 5: 4th March

Buffet breakfast awaits us in the restaurant before our full day touring.

Norfolk Today Tour:- Learn how Norfolk Islanders live in the 21st Century and the essential services that make life on a tiny South Pacificisland possible. How do we bring petrol and gas on the island? Power our world? Deal with our waste? Forecast the weather? Keep ourselves informed and make a global contribution? The Norfolk Today Tour will make it all clear! We
will visit parts of the island that few tourists ever see, we will meet the locals who make sure these daily miracles and services keep happening. This is a real behind the scenes experience, which shows the true workings on Norfolk.

Colleen McCullough Home Tour:-
Colleen McCullough, world renowned author of 24 books called Norfolk Island home for almost 36 years. She and husband, Norfolk Islander, Ric Robinson, created a luxurious hideaway and maintained their privacy to ensure that Colleen had the perfect environment for her writing. Some of her most powerful titles were created in this much-loved sanctuary. Her beloved property "Out Yenna" is now open exclusively to Baunti Escapes customers. We are escorted through her magnificent home and view Ric and Colleen's priceless collection of artefacts gathered on their travels all over the world. This is a glimpse into the life of a modern day literary icon. Experience the world of Colleen McCullough,
author of "Tim", "The Thornbirds" and "Morgan's Run". Progressive Dinner to Island Homes

Tonight we are collected from our resort to experience a wonderful evening together. The 3 Course Progressive Dinner is legendary. The perfect way to get a taste of the real Norfolk lifestyle, we are taken to three lovely homes in three completely different parts of the island. All we need to do is relax and enjoy the home-cooked food, bursting with the
goodness of fresh island produce, chat with our fellow diners and soak up the stories of our island hosts as they share their passion for their little island paradise.

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Day 6: 5th March

Breakfast Bushwalk
We rise a little earlier today to discover the incredible scenic beauty of Norfolk Island's natural environment on a relaxing and informative guided one hour bush walk. Learn about the unique ecosystems and endemic flora and fauna. Following our bush stroll we enjoy a well-deserved hearty breakfast within the park.

Convict Kingston Tour:-
On our afternoon tour we learn about World Heritage Listed Kingston. Hear about our first settlers, the Polynesians who came 900 years ago. Learn about our 1st and 2nd Convict Settlements and the facts and legends associated with each. Learn how Norfolk became home to descendants of the infamous 'Bounty' mutiny. Walk through the historic

Island Fish Feast:-
This evening we enjoy one of Norfolk Island's most famous dinners - the Island Fish Feast. We will have an eagle-eyed view of the tiny crescent-shaped beach and the magnificent spread of ocean stretching to the far horizon. It's the most glamorous picnic we will ever attend! Scrumptious fresh, local fish is prepared the local way and accompanied with a range of seasonal island dishes including those passed down from our Polynesian fore-mothers. This extends even to dessert. Our feast kicks off with entertainment with a local singer and Tahitian-style dancers. The Island Fish Feast is something that we will remember as a highlight of our Norfolk tour.

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Day 7: 6th March

Buffet breakfast awaits us in the restaurant before the Foundation Day Celebrations.

Foundation Day Celebrations:-
This morning we are transferred to Kingston for the Foundation Day Celebrations.

Commencement of Proceedings:-
Welcome speech by "His Honour The Administrator", Re enactment & Narration, In the Eyes of a Child - Norfolk Island School students narrate the lives of the Settlers through the eyes of the children ending the proceedings with A Toast to the birth of a new British Colony. We continue the celebration with live music & lunch.

Tonight we enjoy a 2 course dinner at the resort.

B, L , D

Day 8: 7th March

Sadly this is our last day on Norfolk Island. This morning we have time for any last minute shopping or a trip to the liquor bond to take advantage of the great duty free deals on offer. Later this afternoon we are transferred to the airport where we check in for our Qantas domestic flight to Hobart via Sydney:

FLIGHT QF0180 Norfolk Island to Sydney depart 14:10 arrive 16:00
FLIGHT QF1535 Sydney to Hobart depart 18:55 arrive 20:45

Upon arrival into Hobart we collect our bags and transfer home, taking countless memories of a wonderful short break in Norfolk Island with us!


B=Breakfast, L =Lunch, D=Dinner


Effective Immediately – Norfolk Island Entry Pass now compulsory for all travellers to Norfolk Island.


In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, travel to Norfolk Island is restricted to domestic airline passengers who identify as low-risk travellers.


Every person intending to travel to Norfolk Island must now complete and obtain an online Entry Pass 24 to 72 hours prior to flight departure via this link. Norfolk Island Entry Pass Application

The application process is an automated program designed to screen applicants via an online declaration, and identify high-risk travellers who will be denied entry to Norfolk Island. The screening will also provide valuable data to track inbound travellers, should a positive case of COVID-19 be identified.


It is a requirement that all travellers submit their application 24 to 72 hours prior to flight departure to Norfolk Island.


The Entry Pass will be automatically and instantly approved, provided the applicant is low-risk, and eligible to travel to Norfolk Island under any restrictions in place at the time of application. In some instances, applications will be further screened by the Incident Controller and may take 24 hours from the time of application to determine if the Entry Pass has been approved or denied.



Applicants requiring urgent Entry Pass screening (within 24 hours of flight departure) will need to contact the Incident Controller directly to accelerate the process. Phone: +6723 22222

Email: [email protected]


Any passenger who feels unwell with respiratory symptoms should not be travelling. Further information regarding travel advice into Norfolk Island can be found at:




From 1 July 2016, travel to Norfolk Island from mainland Australia will be classed as domestic travel however; a valid passport continues to be the preferred method of identification.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection advises:

· Anyone travelling between Norfolk Island and mainland Australia will be required to identify themselves.

· A valid passport is the preferred means of documentation; however, photographic identification may be acceptable for Australian Citizens.


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