Norfolk Island

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Walks in Norfolk Island

Medium
2 km return
1 hr

Anson Bay

A steep track down to this secluded surf beach with its crashing waves, where you are likely to have it all to yourselves with just the sea birds as company.

Medium
4.7 km return
2 hrs

Bridle Track to Bird Rock

This spectacular walk takes you from Captain Cook Monument along the cliff top, with its crashing waves and azure waters below, to Bird and Elephant Rock, before heading on an inland loop, famed for its bird life. The largest pine trees on the island can be seen along Bridle Track.

Easy
800 m return
45 mins

Flagstaff Hill

This short stepped walkway takes you to lookouts high above World Heritage Listed Kingston, with great views of Arthur's Vale, the Settlements, Pier, Slaughter Bay and beyond to Phillip Island.

Easy
2.3 km return
1 hr

Hundred Acre Reserve

This acreage is the largest remaining coastal Norfolk Pine and White Oak Trees forest on the island. Undisturbed, the Masked Booby and Mutton Birds nest at your feet on the cliff edge and White Terns in the surrounding trees.

Medium
2.3 km return
1 hr

McLachlans Lane Loop

Follow the path from the park entrance on Red Road to the dry waterfall. Look closely to see McLachlan’s old house site among the Norfolk Pine and White Oak forest and discover a lush valley with a waterfall that flows after good rain.

Medium
3.7 km return
90 mins

Mount Pitt

This walk takes you from the park entrance to the summits of Mount Bates and Mount Pitt, with its many heritage WWII remnants and expansive 360° views from Norfolk Island's highest peaks.

Medium
4 km return
105 mins

Palm Glen to Mount Pitt

This walk takes you up through Palm Glen to the summits of Mount Bates and Mount Pitt, with its many heritage WWII remnants and expansive 360° views from Norfolk Island's highest peaks.