Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands offers all the things you love about the South Pacific but staying in Australian Territory.

Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island has convict history, culture from the Pitcairn Islanders and the mutiny on The Bounty. You will find some of the Pacific’s best beaches, great food, a wide choice of accommodation types, and activities to suit all ages. Norfolk island is home to the tallest fern trees on the planet and towering pines. You can explore all corners of the island by car or join a tun filled small group tour at any time of the day or evening. While Mather Nature is the best therapist of all, Norfolk Island’s day spas, massage therapists and beauticians are all ready to take your wellbeing and calm to the next level. Norfolk Island is definitely a year round destination.

Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island is known for its geology, birds, plants, and marine life. Popular tourist activities include scuba diving, birdwatching, snorkelling, surfing, kayaking, and fishing. To relieve pressure on the small island environment, only 400 tourists are permitted at any one time. With fewer than 800 people on the island at any time, facilities are limited; they include a bakery, butcher, general store, liquor store, restaurants, post office, museum, and information centre, a police officer, a ranger, and an ATM at the bowling club. As distances to sites of interest are short, cycling is the main means of transport on the island. Swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving are also popular in the lagoon, as well as off Tenth of June Island, a small rocky outcrop in the Admiralty group where an underwater plateau drops 36 m (118 ft) to reveal extensive gorgonia and black corals growing on the vertical walls. Other diving sites are found off Ball’s Pyramid, 26 km (16 mi) away, where trenches, caves, and volcanic drop-offs occur.

Guidepost Tours and Travel can arrange independent or package holidays to Norfolk Island and Lord Howe Island 

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