We invite you to cross the threshold and you can believe it when we say; a holiday to Norfolk Island will do you ‘the world of good’! Throughout 365 days of the year you are welcomed to experience three hundred and sixty degrees of wonder… Immerse yourself in a learning space and absorb four layers of history. Participate in special community events, pursue a sport or creative expression, or just surrender to your surrounds…
Dars-de-waye… Because that’s the way it is.
Beautifully interwoven into our perfectly natural space of 8km by 5km, is pristine vistas, exploration, discovery, a ‘Norfolk’ wave, with the grace and charm of a bygone era where you can effortlessly recapture yourself…
Imagine… peaceful quietude blended with a subtropical air …travel distance within 3 hours …landing in a petite space of 3455 hectares … anchored in the southwest Pacific Ocean!
Flying times to Norfolk from...
Air New Zealand had been operating the only regular public transport services into Norfolk from Australia utilising a 168 seat A320. However, complications arising from the current Covid-19 outbreak in Australia has meant they have been unable to operate these flights. The suspension of the Trans-Tasman quarantine-free travel zone also forced a change of future servicing plans ultimately resulting in the cessation of Air New Zealand services to the Island
In their place, Qantas have been engaged by the Australian Government to operate services to the Island until 30 June 2022. Qantas are operating a Boeing 737-800, the seating arrangement consists of 12 Business and 162 Economy seats.
Depending on the time of year, services vary from four to six times a week from Australia. Services depart Brisbane on Tuesday & Saturday and Sydney on Monday & Friday. Additional services also operate from Brisbane on a Thursday and from Sydney on a Sunday during the busier months. These additional flights are based on demand.
Air Chathams commenced regular public transport services from Auckland in September 2019. These were suspended in early 2020 due to Covid19. The opening of the Trans-Tasman travel bubble saw direct Auckland services resume on June 10, 2021. Services then ceased with a final repatriation flight operating on July 29, 2021 as the bubble closed again. We look forward to being able to welcome our kiwi visitors back once the bubble re-opens.
Be sure to check out the current schedules which are available on this link.