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What should I know before visiting Norfolk Island?
Norfolk Islanders have their own dialect
Since Norfolk Island is a territory of Australia, you may expect the locals to use the same language as the mainland. While many Norfolk Islanders speak standard English, you’ll also hear a local dialect called Norfuk while holidaying on flights Dunedin to Norfolk Island. Norfuk is a combination of 18th-century English and Tahitian.
A hire car is the best way to get around
Norfolk Island is fairly small, but it’s too large to get around solely on foot, and there’s no public transport. Hiring a rental car is the best way to explore after arriving into Norfolk Island Airport (NLK). There are several local car hire companies to rent from while visiting the island on Dunedin to Norfolk Island flights.
Plan ahead before going shopping
Be sure to check business hours before going shopping in between Dunedin to Norfolk Island return flights. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, shops across the island close for the day at 12:30pm. The majority of shops are closed on Sundays, but some open their doors for a few hours before 12:30pm.
What are the best things to do on Norfolk Island?
There are a handful of scenic beaches and coastal areas to discover when you book tickets to Norfolk Island from Dunedin. Emily Bay is located on the southern edge of the island and is one of the most beautiful. It has a small beach and a sheltered reef lagoon that’s teeming with colourful fish and both hard and soft corals. Its sheltered location means the water is calm, making it an ideal spot to go swimming. Emily Bay is the perfect spot if you’re planning to do some snorkelling while visiting the island on Dunedin to Norfolk Island flights.
Norfolk Island National Park
Norfolk Island National Park covers 6.5 square kilometres across Norfolk Island and the neighbouring Phillip and Nepean Islands. There are stunning landscapes throughout the park, including Mount Pitt, the Captain Cook monument and scenic lookout, and dramatic coastal cliffs. There are several walking trails throughout Norfolk Island National Park, which range in difficulty from easy to moderate, and each one provides a unique perspective of Norfolk Island. You’ll also spot plenty of local flora and fauna in the park while holidaying on cheap flights Dunedin to Norfolk Island. Norfolk Island National Park is particularly known as a utopia for birdwatchers.
Kingston Convict Settlement
There’s a fascinating convict history to discover while holidaying on flights Dunedin to Norfolk Island. The Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area on the southern end of Norfolk Island was one of the most prominent penal colonies in the 18th and 19th centuries and became infamous for its harsh conditions. Visit the Kingston Convict Settlement while visiting the island on Dunedin to Norfolk Island flights for some insight into this aspect of local history. The site has several buildings and ruins that date back to the island’s early days. Significant spots to see while visiting on cheap flights to Norfolk Island from Dunedin include No. 10 Quality Row House Museum, the Convict Hospital, and Norfolk Island Prison.
What is the cost of visiting Norfolk Island?
Once you have booked cheap flights to Norfolk Island from Dunedin, continue planning your trip by browsing the range of accommodation available through Webjet. Several hotels and serviced apartments are scattered across Norfolk Island for an average nightly price of about $150 to $200 NZD.
Since there’s no public transport on Norfolk Island, the best way to get around while holidaying on Dunedin to Norfolk Island flights is a rental car. Several rental car companies operate on the island, with cars typically starting from about $40 AUD ($41.75 NZD) per day.
There are some incredible experiences to enjoy while holidaying on cheap flights Dunedin to Norfolk Island, many of which revolve around water activities. To explore the gorgeous coral reefs located offshore, visitors holidaying on flights Dunedin to Norfolk Island can rent snorkelling gear from the visitor’s centre for $10 AUD ($10.45 NZD) per day. You could also see the coral by taking a boat tour. A glass-bottom boat tour costs about $60 AUD ($62.65 NZD), while a kayaking tour is about $100 AUD ($104.40 NZD).
Learn more about the island’s fascinating history while holidaying on cheap flights to Norfolk Island from Dunedin by visiting the local museums. The Museum Multi Pass includes access to all four of the island’s museums. It costs $35 AUD ($36.55 NZD) for adults and is free for children. If you won’t have time to visit every museum while holidaying on flights Dunedin to Norfolk Island, you could also purchase single entry museum tickets for $10 AUD ($10.45 NZD).