The Norfolk Island travel is very active and challenging. There is plenty of things to do on the island and the activities appeal to all interests and preferences. The Norfolk Island Kingston is, perhaps, the only historic attraction of the area, featuring a colonial lifestyle of the island; other places of interest and activities exclusively belong to nature and water sports. Scuba diving, snorkeling and fishing, and horse riding are at the top of travel activities' list.
There is the Pony Club with weekly meetings and pony riding events throughout the year. Horseracing is organized twice a year on Easter Monday and on Boxing Day.
The Norfolk Island has over thirty scuba diving sites, excellent to explore a diversity of underwater world, and offers dive courses that help you yearn international diving qualifications. Professional island's anglers arrange fishing trips that give you all the chances to catch such magnificent fish as Red Emperor, Kingfish, Grouper, Snapper, Trevally and Rock Cod. You may also hire a yacht, a canoe, or a paddleboard and enjoy your private sea trip.
Tennis courts are available at the Cheryl Tennis Club and clay target shooting is offered at the club of Anson Bay. There are also two squash courts, a classic golf course and a bowling club established as yearly as the first island's European settlement.
Certainly, swimming and sunbathing is always a part of the Norfolk Island travel. The island offers a few secluded sandy beaches, available for swimming and sunbathing all the year round. Emily Bay is considered the safest swimming spot on the island as well as in the world. Emily is an ideal swim spot for families with kids. Slaughter Bay offers excellent snorkeling and surfing experiences. Anson Bay is the most picturesque beach of Norfolk.
The Norfolk Island travel is a perfect choice for gourmets traveling around the world in search of new refined tastes and flavors. The Norfolk Island is famous for its traditions of cooking and an abundance of restaurants serving fresh seafood, local delicacies, based on Polynesian cooking traditions, Chinese, Italian, Indian and other cuisines.
Barney Duffy's Charcoal Grill is the Norfolk best steakhouse, serving high quality steaks and a diversity of fish dishes. Norfolk Pizza serves a variety of pizza and pasta dishes. Seafood specializes in fish cooking and is the best place to experience a variety of fish dishes. Dino's, located at Bumboras, is a top-quality Italian restaurant. The Branka House and the Homestead are fine lunch restaurants. The Garrison restaurant serves the excellent European cuisine.
The most convenient and fast way to reach the Norfolk Island is by air. The Air New Zealand operates flights from Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland to the Norfolk Island several days a week.