Norfolk Island is located in the south-west Pacific Ocean, approximately 1,700 kilometres east of Sydney and 1,100 kilometres north-west of Auckland.
Norfolk Island is serviced by regular flights from Australia (Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Newcastle) and New Zealand (Auckland). Norfolk Island Tourism offers information and advice about travel, accommodation and tours.
The Park is open all year round and there are no entry fees into the park. The Park Headquarters and Visitor Centre are open 8.15 am - 4.30 pm Monday to Friday. Closed on public holidays. The park Headquarters are located at the corner of Grassy Road and Mount Pitt Road next to the entrance to the Botanic Garden.
What to do on Norfolk Island
Norfolk Island offers a wide range of visitor activities including historic buildings, museums, dinner tours, tax free shopping, deep sea fishing and other sports such as golf, tennis, squash, lawn-bowls, archery and volleyball.
Further information on tours and tourist activities can be obtained from Norfolk Island Tourism, the Norfolk Island Tourism web site or from your local travel agent.
Norfolk Island Tourism
PO Box 211
Norfolk Island 2899
Phone: +6723 22147
Fax: +6723 23109
Web site: norfolkisland.com.au