Passports

Flights between Norfolk Island and mainland Australia are domestic flights however all flights depart from and arrive at the international terminal. Passports and visas are not required when travelling to Norfolk Island from the Australian mainland if you are an Australian Citizen. However, Australian citizens require photographic identification such as an Australian passport or driver’s licence to pass through Customs and Immigration.

Do you need a Passport to travel from Australia to Norfolk Island?

Australian Citizens - No, but you will need photographic identification.

Non-Australian Citizens or Foreign Passport Holders - Yes, ask us for more info.

 

Do you need a Visa to travel to Norfolk Island from Australia?

Australian & New Zealand Citizens - No.

Non-Australian & New Zealand Citizens or Foreign Passport Holders - Yes, ask us for more info.

 

Travel from mainland Australia:

Flights between Norfolk Island and mainland Australia are domestic flights however all flights depart from and arrive at the international terminal.

  • Australian citizens require photographic identification such as an Australian passport or driver’s licence to pass through Customs and Immigration. It is important you provide us with your full name as it appears on the document you use to ensure your ticket matches your ID document. If you have one, a passport is the preferred form of identification.
  • Non-Australian citizens or foreign passport holders must carry their passport if flying between mainland Australia and Norfolk Island and should ask us for more information to check they satisfy any visa requirements.

Travel from New Zealand:

All flights to and from New Zealand and Norfolk Island require a passport and normal Australian Customs and Immigration procedures apply. You should ask us if a visa will be required if you are travelling on other than a New Zealand passport or are a non-New Zealand citizen.