Norfolk Island Events

Every month a number of Events occur on Norfolk Island covering sports, history, music, dance, arts, hobbies and special interests. Travel to participate in an Event or time your holiday to add in some extra holiday experiences.

Fri 08 Dec - Sat 16 Dec

Food Lovers Week

Food Lovers Guide to Norfolk Island: The most delicious week on Norfolk Island guiding food lovers through the best of Norfolk Island’s local, seasonal fresh produce, meals and experiences.

Sat 03 Feb - Sun 11 Feb

Clay Target Championships 2024

Keep your eyes high at the 42nd Norfolk Island International Clay Target Championships in 2023! Join us for a week of competitive shooting and socialising at one of the most scenic spots on the island.

Sun 04 Feb - Sun 11 Feb

Cheryl Bruce Art Workshop

Central Coast artist Cheryl is primarily a watercolour artist, specializing in loose and impressionistic paintings covering a wide variety of subject matter from still life, to seascape, landscape, boats, horses and portraits. On this Norfolk Island En Plein Air Painting Trip she will support you to gain inspiration from Norfolk's natural and built environments.

Mon 12 Feb - Fri 16 Feb

Veterans Golf Tournament 2024

The Veterans Golf Tournament is a great way to combine your love of golf with a late summer holiday. Participants must be 50 years or over with Gold, Silver and Bronze medals to be won.

Sat 17 Feb - Sat 24 Feb

South Pacific Pairs Lawn Bowls 2024

Join us for the Norfolk Island South Pacific Pairs Lawn Bowls Tournament from 19 - 24 February 2023. Come for the bowls, friendship and Norfolk Island Bowls Club hospitality - and enjoy a late summer holiday too.

Tue 05 Mar - Mon 11 Mar

First Fleeters Week – Discovering their lives…

Enjoy this fabulous time of year on Norfolk Island with added interest of Foundation Day celebrations

Sat 20 Apr - Sat 27 Apr

ANZAC Day on Norfolk Island 2024

Dawn Service Commemorations for ANZAC Day on Norfolk Island are the first to be held in Australia. As the sun rises over Emily Bay, in view of the Island’s own Lone Pine, the Norfolk Island RSL leads a poignant community ceremony of remembering that individually connects and unites.