Panoramic Norfolk

Story: Panoramic Norfolk
Episode: 1
Presenter: Trevor Cochrane
Air Date: 5 June 2021

Norfolk Island is a picture-perfect location with breathtaking views of the natural landscape. Trev shows us five of his favourite panoramic destinations on the Island.

  • Queen Elizabeth lookout is located on Rooty Hill Road. It overlooks the World Heritage area of Kingston.
  • From Queen Elizabeth's lookout, you can see the historical houses along Quality Row (built during the 2nd Convict settlement), the golf course, the cemetery and out to Phillip and Nepean Islands.
  • Cows have right of way on Norfolk Island roads, rather than cars. Hence, when driving through the streets of Norfolk you’ll see many cows roaming.
  • The Botanical Garden is home to some of the unique flora and fauna endemic to Norfolk Island.
  • Mt Pitt is a 5-minute drive from the Botanical Gardens. It’s the second-highest point on the island and has the most spectacular 360-degree views of the landscape.
  • Captain Cook’s lookout overlooks the beautiful Duncan Bay. This is the bay where Captain Cook first sailed into and discovered Norfolk Island.
  • Located on the west coast of Norfolk Island, Puppy’s Point is known for its spectacular sunsets, with people gathering here for picnics at dusk.

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