Norfolk Island Christmas in July Tour 10 Days

The Fantastic Norfolk Island Tour

For as little as $3670.00

 Enjoy 10 Days & 9 nights.

Includes:   Entry to attractions and places of interest as listed, Flights, Coach Transfers & all accommodation, tours and most meals.

Early Bookings Recommended

Limited Seats

Phone 4474 4243

INCLUDES:

  • Return International Airfares
  • Sydney/Norfolk/Sydney
  • 2 Days of Coach Travel
  • 2 Nights Accommodation Quality Sydney
  • 7 Nights Accommodation in Norfolk Island
  • 7 Dinners and 9 full Breakfasts ,
  • 1 M/T
  • Xmas dinner with all the trimmings, Horse & cart ride, 4WD Island discovery tour, Night as aConvict, Glass Bottom Boat Trip
  • & entry to more attractions.
  • Other meals at traveller’s own expense.

TRIP ITINERARY – Pick-up from your door – times TBA.

Day 1 – Thurs 27 June

Today we travel to the Quality Sydney Airport Hotel for the evening, stopping for morning tea and lunch on the way. The Hotel has a restaurant where evening meals can be purchased at your cost.  M/TA

Day 2 – Friday 28 June

Up early for a 7.15 transfer to  the Sydney International Airport and Air New Zealand check in for our flight to Norfolk Island. Upon arrival we transfer to our accommodation for the next 7 nights. In the afternoon we are greeted with a welcome drink and a sweet treat at our hotel as our hosts let us know about the resort.  The start of a wonderful week of Norfolk Hospitality enjoying dinner every night and a full hot cooked breakfast every day on the Island.

Tonight is dinner & the ‘Night as a Convict’ show   This show is a theatre-restaurant style evening. Lots of singing, dancing and merry making. A three course carvery meal is served with a glass of white wine and orange juice upon arrival. If anyone would like anything else to drink there is a full bar facility available to purchase other drinks. Convict outfits are provided and are to be worn on the night (desirable but not compulsory if anyone has strong objections to wearing them). These outfits are like a pair of pyjamas with pants with an elastic waist, and a button up short-style top. They are made of cotton and not see-through, so are designed to be your clothes for the evening, not worn over your clothes (the room gets very warm and you will get too hot if you wear more than you have to underneath your outfit). If anyone would like to purchase an outfit they are $30 for a second-hand one and $35 for a new one.    BDA

Day 3 – Saturday 29 June

We start the day with a half day bus tour of this fascinating Island. You will visit historic Kingston, Cascade, Longridge & much more. Our guide will explain about the famous convict buildings, beautiful beaches & golf course, the renowned Melanesian Chapel, our Government, our laws & lifestyle. Enjoy views from scenic spots. Rest for a delicious morning tea in the garden of an historic island home built by Fletcher Quintal – descendant of ‘Bounty’ mutineers Fletcher Christian & Matthew Quintal. 9 guests will have the joy of a horse & cart ride around the island, the rest of the guests will have a free afternoon. BA/TD

Day 4– Sunday 30 June

You all have a free morning to explore as you will then after lunch (own cost) join us on an ‘In Depth’ tour of the historic Georgian convict  settlement of Kingston. Walk through the cemetery & hear the history of interesting convict & colonial headstones, hear stories of the houses along Quality Row. Walk through the ruins of the New Gaol, see the Pier Store, Boat Shed and the Crank Mill. Convict settlement tour before settling in for a bbq dinner at the resort. Afternoon tea included.    BDA

Day 5 – Monday 1 July

10 more lucky guests have the advantage of having a horse & cart ride around the island and a little later 14 guests will head out on a 4wd tour. After lunch (own cost) another 15 guests will be able to take advantage of the 4wd tour whilst everyone else has a free afternoon before  heading to the dining room for a 2 course dinner and entertainment at the resort.  BDA

Day 6 – Tuesday 2 July

Enjoy a free morning before heading off on the Tin-a-aii tour. This next tour is a photographers’ special and will take you too many of the pretty, scenic areas of the island. Our driver/guide may also be able to include chocolate/lolly making shops and/or the local liquor distillery. There is usually some walking involved. Cameras are a must. In the afternoon we will be aboard Christians Glass bottom Boat to see what the underwater world looks like. Then back to the resort for an early 2 course dinnerprior to venturing out for the evenings Light & Sound tour, where you will stay on the bus for the total duration – so there is no need to get to rugged up against the weather. You will be taken down to Kingston where you will drive amongst the ruins watching the scenes being re-enacted outside the bus. An audiotape will be playing in the bus so you can follow the story line. Cameras are welcome. This show lasts for 1 hour.  2 course dinner followed by the sound & Light show.

Day 7 – Wednesday 3 July

Breakfast Bushwalk 7am (walkers) 8.15am (non-walkers) – 10.30am
For those people keen for a walk before breakfast the guide will pick them up at 7am. There are two walks to choose from; the first is a “short” walk, and depending takes you out to Palm Glen – a lovely bushland area. The walk is approx 1.5km and there is a hill to walk down and of course come up the other side – the last 50 metres is quite steep. The other walk is what we call the “long” walk. It takes you from the Red Road area along a 3.5km track, which eventually ends up at Captain Cook Monument. This is a beautiful walk with spectacular coastal scenery. It starts off with a long uphill of about 900 metres and the remainder of the walk is undulating. If these walks sound too strenuous a guide will pick you up at 8.15am and take you straight to breakfast. You do not need to make up your mind which walk you want to do until the morning, as all walkers will be picked up at the same time. Cameras are a must and water bottles should be carried, especially for people doing the longer walks. Short walk suits people with no respiratory trouble. Long walk suits people who regularly exercise.   The afternoon sees the last 10 guests board the horse & cart for their tour of the island with all other guests having another free afternoon to explore or just relax. Dinner tonight is again at the resort and is an Island style dinner with entertainment to please everyone. BDA

Day 8 – Thursday 4 July

A free morning before exploring the gardens on the island. This Green fingers tour will appeal to the gardeners on your tour as you visit a number of private gardens and also the local nursery, so you will be on and off the bus a number of times. Morning tea is included. The late afternoon sees us attending the Island Fish Fry but make sure you leave room for the Christmas dinner with all the trimmings is ready for consumption and carols to sing the night away. BDAA

Day 9 – Friday 5 July

Sadly time has come to pack our bags and head to the main land and reality. Our last leisurely breakfast and free morning in Norfolk Island. Just before lunch we are transferred to the airport where we check in for our flight into Sydney. On arrival we return to the Quality Sydney Airport Hotel where once again evening meals can be purchased at the Hotel at your cost.  BL

Day 10 – Saturday 6 July

After breakfast we board our tour bus Maggie for our return to Batemans Bay. Say a fond farewell to your fellow travellers. B

NB1: There other activities available for you to book in your free time.

NB2:  The Tour Operators reserve the right to make necessary changes to the itinerary to facilitate a safe and comfortabletour.  To the best of our knowledge the informationprovided was correct at the time of printing. E&OE

Legend of items included in cost:  B = Breakfast, D = Dinner, L=Lunch, M/T= Morning Tea, A = Accommodation.

PASSPORTS are not essential but we highly recommend them.

Travel to Norfolk Island from mainland Australia is classed as domestic travel however a valid passport continues tobe the preferred method of identification. Photographic identification may beacceptable for Australian Citizens. Anyone travelling without a valid passport will experience delays in passenger processing. Travelling without a passport will affect passengers’ ability to be immigration cleared if; in the unlikelyevent the flight is diverted to another country. If you have access to the internet you can Google travel info Norfolk Island and see Govt leaflet. We can supply this information. Please call if interested.

10% deposit at time of booking – non-refundable

Bookings Close & full payment due 1st February 2019

Adult T/S $3670.00

Adult Single $4500.00

Terms and Conditions apply.

Travel Insurance recommended.

Contact: Office PH: 02 4474 4243