Norfolk's 23rd Theatre Festival

Thursday, December 12, 2019


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NIO Classic Triples

Thursday, November 28, 2019


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NIO Classic Triples Bowls on Norfolk Island

Thursday, November 28, 2019


In August 2020 the Norfolk Island Bowls Club will be hosting the popular NIO Classic Triples Bowls Tournament.  A beautiful time of year to bowl, catch up with friends and escape winter on a fabulous Norfolk Island holiday.


Groups of 10+ can receive some great discounts so it’s a good time to look at getting your group together. Travelling solo or in a couple? Don’t worry - the Club can help to match you up with other players to form a team, subject to available players (men’s or women’s).


To reserve your spot please contact Joyce at the Norfolk Island Travel Centre on 1800 1400 66 or email joyce@travelcentre.nf.

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Get Fit in Paradise

Friday, November 15, 2019


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Joanne and Friends group holiday Norfolk Island tour

Friday, November 15, 2019


A group of nine travellers from Melbourne, Victoria led by Joanne Cumiskey are nearing the end of a wonderful week on Norfolk Island. Staying at Daydreamer Apartments they have joined many tours and enjoyed a variety of evening entertainment and meals. They really have sampled some of the best of Norfolk Island!


Tours and activities during the days have included a Half Day Island tour, Island Culture tour and Pitcairn Settlers Village. After busy days, everyone has then gone on to enjoy the Island Fish Fry and additional optional evening meals and entertainment


From all the team at the Norfolk Island Travel Centre we wish Joanne and her group of ‘friends’ a safe trip home on Monday. We sincerely hope you’ve loved your Norfolk Island holiday and hope to see you return one day soon.

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Terry’s Tour Group Rediscover Norfolk Island Trip

Thursday, November 14, 2019


Tweed and Gold Coast based Terry’s Tours in conjunction with Norfolk Island Travel Centre welcomed a group of twenty eight travellers to Norfolk this last week. Escorted by Lynne Sullivan, they’ve enjoyed a week of fun and touring around the Island.


Staying at and well looked after by South Pacific Resort, the group has explored the Island on a number of tours including: Half Day Island tour, Convict Settlement Tour, History in the Making tour, Xtian Brothers Cheese tour, Breakfast Bushwalk, Hilli Goat Tour “The Norfolk Whey” , Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama followed by lunch at Hilli Restaurant and Pitcairn Settlers Village. 


To revive themselves from each day’s activity and also add in some extra evening dinners and entertainment, the group enjoyed a few 2-course dinners at South Pacific Resort, Progressive Dinner to island homes, 2-course dinner at Bowling Club Bistro and Island Fish fry at sunset.


At the end of such a great week seeing the Island, Maria and the team at the Norfolk Island Travel Centre wish Lynne and all the Terry’s Tour travellers a safe trip home. We hope the memories of this holiday will stay with you a long time.

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Seriously Sirius 230th Anniversary on Norfolk Island

Monday, November 11, 2019


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Moss Vale combined Probus group Norfolk Island

Friday, November 08, 2019


The combined Probus group of Moss Vale have led a group of 21 Probus Club members on a fabulous Norfolk Island holiday over the past week. The Probus Club of Moss Vale is situated in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales and draws its membership from the towns of Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong as well as the surrounding villages such as Robertson, Bundanoon, Sutton Forest, Exeter and Berrima.


The Moss Vale combined Probus group has a philosophy of Fellowship, Friendship and Fun. The focus of the Club is social interaction between members and this is facilitated by outings and activities.


Staying at Aloha Apartments the group enjoyed a number of tours and activities, with the majority individually chosen during the week. This meant that a great range of tours were experienced – most likely they have collectively travelled virtually across most roads on the island! During the day the group have attended the following tours; Half Day Island Orientation Tour, Convict Settlement Tour, Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama, Devonshire Tea Next door at Hilli Restaurant, Behind the Hedges Tour, Colleen McCullough Home Tour, and the Pitcairn Settlers Village Tour. During the evenings the group took part in the Progressive Dinner to Island Homes, Island Fish Fry, Sound & Light Show and a Farewell Dinner at Hilli Restaurant.


From Rebecca, Helen and the team at the Norfolk Island Travel Centre we wish the Moss Vale combined Probus group a safe journey home and look forward to welcoming you back to Norfolk Island again soon.

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2019 Norfolk Island Fly-In

Thursday, November 07, 2019


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Yes it’s a mini plane! This week a group of local and 26 visiting model aero flyers have been taking on the ‘Norfolk Island Fly In, Allen Danvers Challenge’ and flying the crystal clear skies of Norfolk Island. Participating flyers brought over a range of electric planes and gliders for flying this week, all especially freighted over.

One flyer brought over something extra special this year, Randall showed off his “Sapphire” model from Land Down Under Aerosports. Many of the flyers have wonderful memories running through fields chasing free flight models. One of the latest revelations in RC (remote control) is to relive those classic times resizing some of the classic free flight models and making them RC. The Sapphire aims to captures the essential nostalgic look and flight performance of the period.

Over the past seven years the success of this annual event means it has become the highlight of the year for many flyers. One of the reasons it works so well is that Norfolk Island is a pretty unique model-aero flying destination due to the variety of places to fly from according to conditions and that are all only 5 - 10 minutes away. Visitors are blessed with receiving the ‘local knowledge’ from the local club who share their favourite flying spots around the Island and recognise which spots will be ideal in specific weather. From one side of the island to the other, and one valley to another - Norfolk’s micro-climates ensured there was nearly always a suitable place to launch from. Of course each location provided its own pretty spectacular backdrop to mini jet’s darting across the horizon.

Flying locations this week included early mornings at Kingston, each afternoon at Cemetery Bay, Ball Bay and on private properties. The guys would like to especially thank David and Margaret Buffett and Mat and Natalie Christian for use of their land. They would also like to thank Sam from Pine Tree Tours for the Fish Fry, CASA - Norfolk Island Airport for permission to fly at the airport and Norfolk Island Regional Council for permit.

As hosts for the week the local Norfolk Island Model Aero Club organised not only a great week of flying but also socialising with plenty of time to catch up with friends. From Helen and everyone at the Norfolk Island Travel Centre we wish the Tingalpa Model Aero Club and other Club members a good trip home today. We certainly hope to see you all back next year for another fabulous Norfolk Island Fly In, Allan Danvers Challenge.

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2019 Norfolk Island Fly-In

Thursday, November 07, 2019


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Yes it’s a mini plane! This week a group of local and 26 visiting model aero flyers have been taking on the ‘Norfolk Island Fly In, Allen Danvers Challenge’ and flying the crystal clear skies of Norfolk Island. Participating flyers brought over a range of electric planes and gliders for flying this week, all especially freighted over.

One flyer brought over something extra special this year, Randall showed off his “Sapphire” model from Land Down Under Aerosports. Many of the flyers have wonderful memories running through fields chasing free flight models. One of the latest revelations in RC (remote control) is to relive those classic times resizing some of the classic free flight models and making them RC. The Sapphire aims to captures the essential nostalgic look and flight performance of the period.

Over the past seven years the success of this annual event means it has become the highlight of the year for many flyers. One of the reasons it works so well is that Norfolk Island is a pretty unique model-aero flying destination due to the variety of places to fly from according to conditions and that are all only 5 - 10 minutes away. Visitors are blessed with receiving the ‘local knowledge’ from the local club who share their favourite flying spots around the Island and recognise which spots will be ideal in specific weather. From one side of the island to the other, and one valley to another - Norfolk’s micro-climates ensured there was nearly always a suitable place to launch from. Of course each location provided its own pretty spectacular backdrop to mini jet’s darting across the horizon.

Flying locations this week included early mornings at Kingston, each afternoon at Cemetery Bay, Ball Bay and on private properties. The guys would like to especially thank David and Margaret Buffett and Mat and Natalie Christian for use of their land. They would also like to thank Sam from Pine Tree Tours for the Fish Fry, CASA - Norfolk Island Airport for permission to fly at the airport and Norfolk Island Regional Council for permit.

As hosts for the week the local Norfolk Island Model Aero Club organised not only a great week of flying but also socialising with plenty of time to catch up with friends. From Helen and everyone at the Norfolk Island Travel Centre we wish the Tingalpa Model Aero Club and other Club members a good trip home today. We certainly hope to see you all back next year for another fabulous Norfolk Island Fly In, Allan Danvers Challenge.

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