1. Discover the Island Markets (Sunday 8.30am)

2. Visit the Farmers Produce Market (Saturday 8.30am)

3. Take a look at the Twilight Markets (Wednesday 4.30pm warmer

4. Explore the Convict Ruins at Historic Kingston (World Heritage Listed)

5. Explore the N.I Museums

6. Visit the Bounty Folk Museum

7. Drive to the top of Mount Pitt for a 360 degree lookout.

8. Walk to the Highest Point of the Island (Mt Bates)

9. Discover Cockpit waterfall

10. Take a look through Government House (limited to one Wed. per month)

11. Watch the cargo boat unload (limited visits throughout the year)

12. Explore the National Parks & enjoy the walking trails & bird life

13. Wonder through the Botanic Gardens

14. Attend a N.I church service & experience the renowned “singalong” to traditional Island hymns

15. Visit the Cyclorama a 360 degree panoramic painting of the N.I history

16. Visit Sweeties the Chocolate factory.

17. Visit the liqueur factory for “FREE” liqueur tasting

18. Visit the Brewery for a tour & taste the local brews

19. Swim at Emily Bay

20. Swim & snorkel at Slaughter Bay

21. Play Norfolk’s 9 hole golf course – With the worlds largest water obstacle (the ocean)

22. Visit Captain Cook lookout & monument

23. Book a tour on the Glass Bottom Boat – Christians Glass Bottom Boat

24. Kayak around Norfolk’s majestic coastline – Tropical sea Adventures

25. Take a tour to one of the Islands local coffee Plantations – N.I Coffee Tour

26. Experience traditional Island weaving & Hat making – Wednesdays at the Golden Orb Book shop & café

27. Hire a fishing rod & go fishing off the jetties.

28. Book an Island cliff top fish fry, enjoy the traditional island food & entertainment

29. Book a progressive dinner where you will enjoy a 4 course meal with 4 island families in their homes

30. Book a horse & carriage ride on the beautiful Clydesdales – Culla & Co

31. Go horse riding – Silky Oaks Stables

32. Experience the Bounty Day Celebrations – (yearly, 8 th June,)

33. Take a day trip to Phillip Island, one of Norfolk’s outer Islands.

34. Book a coastal scenic boat ride

35. Walk the boardwalk to Bumboras reserve and rock pool beach.

36. Mix & mingle at a local bar

37. Visit the Liquor bond to purchase liquor at dutyfree prices (Can be consumed on the Island) – Remember to show your airline ticket to receive a 30% discount

38. Hire a bike & cycle around Norfolk

39. Enjoy a fun night out at “Housie/Bingo”

40. Rejuvenate with a massage or beauty treatment

41. Participate in a local yoga class

42. Visit the amazing Strawberry fields Maze & Garden

43. Experience a stunning Sunrise & Sunset

44. Take a stroll to the top of flagstaff hill centenary walkway

45. Have a game or 2 of “FREE” Mini Golf

46. Explore the Toy Shop & purchase the worlds cheapest Lego

47. Walk through 100 Acres reserve & see the magnificent Morton Bay Fig Trees

48. Join in one of the local sports! Touch football, Tennis, Squash , Bowls, Archery

49. Book a fishing trip

50. Eat out at one of the many restaurants & cafes, enjoy local beef, fish and produce.

51. Visit the cottage pottery

52. Book a History Tour to learn about Norfolk Islands fascinating background

53. Stroll through the Islands cemetery – The most Unique historical cemetery in

54. Take a look at Norfolk’s Old whaling station site at Cascade Bay

55. Visit “Wildwood” for local wood turning demonstrations & local Crafts – (Wed Sat: 14pm)

56. Discover St Barnabas Chapel & the Melanesian Mission memorial cemetery

57. Stop for wine tasting at Two Chimney’s Winery

58. Feed the ducks and geese at watermill dam

59. Grab a picnic basket from the REO café and dine under the stately pines.

60. Join the Natural History and Bird Watching tour

61. When the fishing boats have been out head to the pier at dusk to watch the sharks feeding

62. Visit the local saw mill on mill road

63. Take a night walk and star gaze at the amazing sky line, the stars feel so close.

64. Mid night walk through the cemetery

65. Explore the local bottle house – yes you guessed it a house made entirely of bottles

66. Catch a movie at the “Ferny Lane” Theatre

67. Learn to Bowl, book a beginners bowling class

68. Wonder through Camelot Gardens

66. Stroll through “A Walk in the Wild”

69. Collect Hihi’s (periwinkles) from the rocks and try this local delicacy

70. Take a stroll down the winding track to the bottom of Anson Bay

71. Relax your mind and body and experience.

72. Book a 4WD tour and get off the beaten track

73. Listen to the local language with Archie at the magnificent Wonderland by Night

74. Don’t forget the Norfolk wave as you past drivers.

75. Swim in the rain.

76. Research your convict history at the new research centre

77. For the music buffs Norfolk offers Jazz Events, Opera, Country Music festival & Rock and roll

78. Take a peddle cycle tour on “Boo’s” electric bicycles

79. Plant a tree with the local land care group

80. Visit the old “Homestead Restaurant” which is now the “Norfolk Blue” Restaurant and Grill which utilises top quality beef bred at 100 Acre Farm.

81. Visit Simon’s Water private property open to the public – stroll to the clifftop overlooking Cascade – Just remember to shut the gate.

82. Shop, Shop & Shop! We have an Italian Shop, a Swiss House & the Scottish shop as well as many others whose goods are sourced from around the world

83. Stop at the local road side stalls for in season fruit and vegetables

84. Visit National Parks Interpretation Centre

85. See a demonstration of local bone carving on the art trail

86. Take a photo of yourself in the convict stocks outside Barney Duffy’s

87. Taste locally cooked goodies! Such as coconut bread and guava jelly on scones YUM

88. Dive at some of the ‘30’ dive sites around Norfolk Islands waters, if not a qualified diver learn in the lagoon with a PADI instructor

89. Want to do your own car rally around the Island? Call into the V.I.C for your free instructions

90. Radio Norfolk plays listener’s requests every Thursday so if you have a favourite song you want to hear ring the station on 22137

91. Watch the aircrafts land and take off along the fence line of the airstrip on New Farm Road

92. Enjoy a soft serve ice cream while you play life sized chess at the mini golf shop

93. Get an Island designed tattoo, there are 2 experienced tattooists on the Island.

94. Visit the many art galleries show casing handmade materials, jewelry, artwork and photography

95. Observe the meetings of Parliament from the public gallery

96. Buy a N.I music CD

97. Visit the Queen Victoria Memorial Garden

98. Experience Bounty Lodge Restaurants “Culinary Journey” an island feast with food prepared in a traditional under ground oven. You will learn the history and culture of Pitcairn, Tahiti & Norfolk Island, while you are entertained.

99. Bring your board or hire one here and catch a wave before the reef.

100. Check out the local phone book, probably the only one in the World to include nicknames!

101. Stop and say hello to the friendly staff at the L.J Quintal Real estate and subscribe to Norfolk Online News