Travel Tips – Our Top 5 FAQs answered
Travelling somewhere new is always exciting, but a little daunting. Here at the Norfolk Island Travel Centre, we are happy to answer any questions you may have about travelling to Norfolk Island, the Island itself or how to book a holiday to this beautiful paradise in the Pacific.
Here are five of the most common questions we are asked:
2. Do I need a Passport?
Australian Citizens – No (however they are the preferred method of identification), but you will need valid photographic identification.
Non-Australian Citizens or Foreign Passport Holders – Yes, for more information, please click here.
3. Can I connect to the WIFI at my accommodation?
As Norfolk Island has no 3G coverage you will not be able to use the Internet at all times. Most accommodation properties have a “HotSpot” on their premises. HotSpots work similarly to wifi enabling access when you’re in wifi range. Additional HotSpots are located throughout town and at various places on the Island which will also provide you internet when in range. HotSpot cards are available from Norfolk Island Telecom and a variety of stores when you arrive on the Island. Note: Plans are in place for Norfolk to have 4G service in late 2020.
4. Do I need a car?
Most holiday packages we offer already include a hire car. However, if car hire is not already included in your package, we strongly recommend hiring one. Although Norfolk Island is a small island, there is no public transport and the island is very hilly. Hiring a car will give you the freedom to explore and tour the island as you please. The only exception to this is if you are travelling on a fully escorted tour that already includes transport to all tours and activities on the holiday itinerary. Please contact our team of consultants for a quote.
5. What is the weather like during the year?
January: 20°C – 25°C // February: 20°C – 25°C
March: 20°C – 24°C // April: 18°C – 22°C
May: 17°C – 21°C // June: 15°C – 19°C
July: 14°C – 18°C // August: 14°C – 18°C
September: 15°C – 19°C // October: 16°C – 20°C
November: 17°C – 24°C // December: 19°C – 24°C
Whether you visit Norfolk by yourself, with family or friends, or as part of an organised (or your own) group trip, make sure to use the knowledge available from local travel agents, tour operators and visitor information services all located on the island. ‘Meeting the locals’ really is part of a Norfolk Island experience, so make sure to do so even before you travel. You’ll surely find much more than you expected on a Norfolk Island holiday!
By booking your Norfolk Island holiday package, events, accommodation, tours and attractions with us, you are assured expert advice and a great deal from a passionate local. Contact us today
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