Meet our local travel specialists and learn about the diversity of things you could do and micro group travel in Norfolk Island
Norfolk Island is a direct 2.5h flight from Australia. It's home to the southern hemisphere’s best collection of restored convict built Georgian buildings and structures that are still in community use today – a World Heritage listed living history. Only 8 x 5 kilometres in size, it's packed full of beauty and blessed with a wonderful sub-tropical climate where the great outdoors is yours to enjoy. Visitors can pursue a range of nature-based experiences such as bush walking, sea kayaking, frontier surfing or diving/snorkeling.
Peak visitation to Norfolk Island is from about October to March. These tend to be the warmest and driest months, particularly later in the season, when sea temperatures rise. From January to March the remnants of tropical cyclones can sometimes affect the island.
Rainfall occurs throughout the year and while September to March tend to be the driest, rainfall is relatively high in all months. The warmest months are January and February with daytime temperatures around 25 °C (77 °F) and 20 °C (68 °F) at night and in the coolest months, July and August, around 18 °C (64 °F) and overnight of about 13 °C (55 °F).
Find out more about Norfolk Island Climate by watching a film introducing these unique destinations.