Norfolk Island Family Holidays
Norfolk Island has become a haven for families looking for a relaxing or action packed holiday where kids can experience wonderful, secure freedom. Family holidays favourites include coastal and rainforest walks to see Norfolk’s endemic plants and birdlife, horseriding, fishing, miniature golf and swimming – in what must be one of the safest beaches on the planet.
If the below featured deals aren’t what you’re looking for contact Norfolk Island Travel Centre for advice and a custom quote.
Book before May 31 2019 for travel before August 31 2019 to enjoy a great value winter family holiday at Seaview Hotel in either a one bedroom or two bedroom cottage or twin share in a hotel room. Perfect prices for the July school holidays!
7 night holiday packages from:
$979pp twin share (hotel room) OR $1099pp quad share OR $1199pp triple share
$1029pp twin share (hotel room) OR $1149pp quad share OR $1249pp triple share
Holiday Package includes:
- Return ‘Seat & Bag’ airfare to Norfolk Island
- All pre-paid Airline taxes
- Meet & Greet at the Airport
- Seven or night’s accommodation at Seaview Hotel
- Seven days Continental breakfast (hotel room only)
- Seven days car hire (one or two bedroom cottages only)
- Discount Norfolk Shopping Card with free gift
- Complimentary ‘Mini Golf’ & ‘A Walk in the Wild’ & free bonus gift redeemable at The Bounty Centre.
Car hire available for only an extra $40 per day for hotel room stays!
What makes Norfolk so family friendly? The island offers a multitude of cost effective family friendly attractions and activities to give you a snapshot … Emily Bay lagoon is naturally protected by a stunning above and under water, coral reef. On low tide the bay is like a lake, swim to the pontoon in its centre, go snorkeling, kayaking or see the underwater world by popular glass bottom boat. On high tide get set to take the body board down for some extremely tame, 5-year-old perfect, kiddie surf. Join the locals at one of two jetties to toss in a line for a family feast – no pressure Dad, the island has top notch back up fish and chip shops. Dining options on the island are extensive and so too is the self-contained tourist accommodation for those who like to have an eat-in option. It’s too easy to slip in some educational activities Norfolk Island has an amazing history and remarkable stories. Walk the reef to see if you can spot the old causeway where the HMS Sirius sank during the First Fleet Settlement. Visit A Walk in the Wild for interactive touch and tell stories scattered throughout the rainforest. Pick a tour from Norfolk Island Museums or take an iPod tour through the Second settlement ruins and the island’s historic cemetery, which is also very handy to rock pool adventures at Cemetery beach.