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Highlights in Norfolk Island
- Natural paradise
- Fine dining
- Fishing and snorkelling
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Holiday rentals and lettings on Norfolk Island
No matter where you choose to stay on Norfolk Island you will have an extraordinary view of this enchanting island. Choose a holiday rental in the depths of the forest where you’ll wake refreshed to the delightful calls of tropical birds. Or perhaps you’d prefer a holiday rental with a sea view, with the seeming endless clear sea resplendent under the blue sky. If you enjoy nature, you will absolutely adore Norfolk Island.Premium lettings at an amazing price
Thanks to Norfolk Island’s beautiful climate, lettings on the island are surrounded by a riot of colourful gardens and flowers. Look out for holiday lettings with their own spa pools and enjoy meals or evening drinks on an outdoor terrace. Spacious and airy properties await your visit, mostly properties designed for a special couple’s holiday, but family groups will also find their perfect holiday rental on Norfolk Island. And you will be pleasantly surprised by the price of the lettings on Norfolk Island!
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The area and getting around
Norfolk Island is nestled about halfway between the mainland of Australia and New Zealand, and only about 2 1/2 hours’ flight from Brisbane, Sidney and Auckland. Truly a Pacific paradise, Norfolk Island offers a sanctuary from the cities, with lush, rich forests filled with rare animals and birds, long headlands leading, it seems, to infinity, and exquisite sea, home to fascinating fish species and delightful coral reefs. Relax on the soft sandy beaches and soak in the sunshine, or hike through forests with trees that touch the clouds. Snorkel or dive the reefs, or catch your supper on a fishing trip.A delight for all the senses
Not only is Norfolk Island a pleasure for the eyes, it’s a joy for the taste buds as well. Norfolk Island’s culinary offerings are varied and incredible. From craft beers to classy cocktails, fresh caught fish to grass-fed beef, fine dining to a beach picnic of local cheese and bread, the options are endless and the fun non-stop. If it’s your ears which desire attention, don’t miss Norfolk Island’s musical festivals featuring an eclectic mix of offerings from jazz to folk dancing. The festivals are great fun for all the family and a unique insight into Norfolk Island’s culture.
Travellers and activities
Norfolk Island is without doubt an outdoor activity destination, with some of the planet’s most stunning natural environments. Whether you’re near the crystal-clear blue sea with its flawless beaches, or inland from the coast you’ll see that Norfolk Island is blessed with a natural beauty rarely seen elsewhere. Emily Bay sweeps a protective turquoise arc around colourful corrals, lined with fine, light coloured sand and edged with tall trees. Flying overhead the vibrant sights of the land are the brilliant colours of the brightly coloured tropical parrots. Norfolk Island: A true nature lover’s paradise.Norfolk Island for culture seekers
The unique and fascinating history of Norfolk Island will capture the imagination. Start by seeking the stories of the original Polynesian settlers, and the rich culture that is still seen across the Island today. Then, explore the swashbuckling history of ‘The Bounty’, the infamous ship which experienced a mutiny on the high seas. The descendants of the sailors were eventually settled here by Queen Victoria. The history of Norfolk Island is rich and fascinating, and in modern times the peaceful surroundings respectfully house museums reminding us of the past which was not always as gentle as now.
Norfolk Island is the only place in the world where the telephone directory lists people by their nicknames!
Top 5 travel tips on Norfolk Island
Norfolk Island’s skies are free from light pollution and you’ll be amazing at how much you can see at night. Captain Cook’s lookout is one of the best night-time star spotting spots.2. Support the local artisans with a Norfolk Island shopping trip
Unique, independent stories abound on Norfolk Island with locally produced clothing, jewellery and art. Look out for the Island’s honesty boxes, where local produce is offered outside people’s homes in return for a coin in the box.3. Explore the story of the mutiny on The Bounty
The Bounty Folk Museum tells the real story of the famous mutiny, and how their descendants were eventually settled on Norfolk Island. A disturbing and fascinating insight into British history.4. Relax your mind, body and soul
Norfolk Island’s serene landscapes are a spa unto themselves, but if you prefer to really treat yourself, book in with one of the island’s talented masseurs, or spend a day in any of the island’s wonderful health resorts.5. Discover Norfolk Island’s creative side
Pop into the Cottage Pottery and Art Gallery to enjoy a plethora of art in different media and choose a gift to take away! Or enjoy the land and seascapes of local artist Adam Jauczius, creator of original paintings, prints and postcards.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Norfolk Island
On average, how much do holiday rentals in Norfolk Island cost?
You have chosen the most affordable region in the country, at onlyA$326.06 per night (2020 data).
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Norfolk Island?
If you seek to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Norfolk Island are November (A$225.14 the average price per night for accommodation), December (A$235.34), and January (A$256.23).
When does the price of holiday rentals in Norfolk Island go up the most?
Following the data observed in 2020, the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of February (A$426.31), April (A$401.23), and March (A$390.43).
Is Norfolk Island a good location for a last-minute getaway?
When organising a trip to Norfolk Island, there is no need to plan long before your trip, as the percentage of rentals booked is only 43%.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
July, June, and September are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of accommodations available, with respective average availability figures of 90%, 86.25% and 81.5%.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Norfolk Island?
According to data from 2020, the months with the fewest housing options available in Norfolk Island are, in order, January (with 0% of available rentals), December (10.5%), and November (17.5%).
How many lettings are available in Norfolk Island?
The catalogue of properties in Norfolk Island is quite limited, although we do collaborate with 3 different local and international partners, so it's best that you don't take too long to decide!