Norfolk Island is a very small Australian island in the South Pacific ocean and it is well known for its many characture pine trees situated on rugged cliffs. It also has delightful sandy beaches with one famous beach called Emily bay. This particular beach has attractive reef-protected waters. The Norfolk Island Museum which is located in the capital, Kingston, the island’s historical & interesting past can be reseacrched. Norfolk Island National Park has incredible views offering visitors a chance to capture some stunning photographs of palm forests from Mont Pitt. Located between New Zealand, Australia and New Caledonia, the temperature rarely drops below 10 degrees celsius and hardly ever goes above 26 degrees celsius.
Norfolk Island offers an incredible 32 kilometres of stunning coastline with ideal beaches and bays. Finding solace whilst sunbathing seems effortless. From October to May pleasant beach weather is frequent, however the best months for the beach are reportedly December to April.