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Norfolk Island Cemetery Kingston
#1 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
The Norfolk Island Cemetary is an amazing site of historical significance to the island, dating back to the earliest white settlers up to modern times.
Everyone who dies on the island is buried in this cemetery and the views pit across the bay are spectacular.
Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area
#2 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Even if you don’t visit the museums it’s worth going to imbibe the history and for the spectacular views and stunning beaches (some of the southernmost reefs in Australia and hence sandy despite the island being v...
The Kingston Workd Heritage site was built to house convicts and soldiers etc to stop the French from occupying the island.
Fletcher's Mutiny Cyclorama
#3 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
... on Norfolk island, it is a fantastic display and gives you the history of the island which makes it easier to understand what the early settlers had to endure, also a very good gift shop and cafe on site.
This amazing 360 degree view of the history of the island lovingly painted by two locals is simply stunning.
Captain Cook's Monument
#4 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Parkland, picnic facilities etc .......but the walk down to the monument was something else!!! Awesome views!! Pristine Azure blue/green waters, and the rocks, cliff face just added to the beauty!
Magnificent view (of course, this is Norfolk Island!) + lots of birds (Masked Boobies, White Terns, Black Noddies etc) + a line of rocky outcrops that reminded me of the 12 Apostles in Victoria + a historical pers...
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St. Barnabas Chapel
#5 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
This was a great historical site to visit, nice church architecture, pleasant gardens to walk through, and our tour guide provided historical context which was great.
At this site old graves were found and some tombstones have been placed there, inside the church has the most beautiful stained glass windows and on the pews inlays of mother of pearl shell.
Pitcairn Settlers Village
#6 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
The site is still an active homestead with its public enterance located in between Hilli Restaurant and Paradise Hotel on Queen Elizabeth Avenue, and only accessible via a guided tour.
Puppy's Point
#7 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Enjoyed spectacular views of the sunset over the ocean while we dined on the cliff top on fresh fried fish and a variety of salads made from fresh local ingredients all beautifully presented.
Puppy's Point is a popular place to visit, great picnic spots & a fantastic place to view the sun setting into the ocean.
Kingston Pier Kingston
#8 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Kingston Pier is an interesting place to visit, both historically, for the views and activities, and some great photo opportunities.
This photo is taken from the hill above the Kingston pier and from this lookout, you can see the view right along the lagoon.
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The Hilli Goat
#9 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Their product is incredible and you can also purchase amazing art work from her parents as well who have their studio set up on site too.
After meeting the goats we were treated to an absolute feast on Emily and Zach's porch with beautiful views.
Norfolk Island Liqueurs Kingston
#10 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
A range of around 15 liqueur flavours are produced on site by this capable and helpful distiller.
All made on site, flavours are just amazing, we bought two, but would have taken more!
Bloody Bridge
#11 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
It is in a beautiful, quiet spot & the views from the bridge are amazing.
Stop passed the Cemetery to view the plaque that explains the Bloody Bridge story!
The Crankmill
#12 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Great to view close to the pier and colonial ruins interesting to hear the story of the mill, history buffs another must see.
The World Heritage Site is a must see for visitors on Norfolk.
The Salthouse Kingston
#13 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Good picnic site and great swimming.
Stunning views
The Arches
#14 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
More info is required on this historical site and surrounds.
Pity no information provided at the site.
The Barracks
#15 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
The site of a former British Penal Colony, you can muse upon the difference between the conditions under which the prisoners lived and those under which the administrators and wealthy lived.
Historical Site, Nicely Preserved
Lone Pine
#16 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Two beaches (for swimming and observing marine life at low tide), a pier (you can see small sharks there), colonial buildings, a golf club, historical sites, etc...
Very rugged cliff faces and shoreline on one side and a good view of Emily Bay and Slaughter Bay on the other.
Queen Elizabeth Lookout
#17 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Sensational Views
The view is amazing from this lookout.
Cascade Pier
#18 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
The views are to be believed.
Government House Kingston
#19 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
Flagstaff
#20 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Norfolk Island
The walk up to Flagstaff is via a well formed walkway which I found was medium difficulty at my age (70), but the view was worth it as the whole historical village of Kingston lay before me, including the islands...
Great view