Paradise Hotel & Resort

Queen Elizabeth Avenue, Burnt Pine, 2899, Norfolk Island | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Queen Elizabeth Avenue, Burnt Pine, is near Old Kingston Town, Bounty Folk Museum, Pitcairn Settlers Village, and Protestant Chapel Maritime Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Burnt Pine

    Today we fly back to Brisbane.........boo hoo!

    A travel blog entry by carween on Sep 20, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... litre, grab our luggage and wait for our bus to the airport. We wait for our plane to arrive from Brisbane – interesting to see kids on their own, probably coming home for the school holidays. So on board we go, waving goodbye to beautiful Norfolk Island hoping that one day we will return.

    A good flight back to Brisbane where we get back to our caravan in Simon & Michelle’s front ...

    Saying goodbye to the Pages and golf

    A travel blog entry by carween on Sep 19, 2014

    21 photos

    Today our trip to Norfolk is coming to an end. Marion & Bobby to board their plane to Sydney at lunchtime so we have to make the most of the morning together.

    After a bit more shopping, having coffee in the main street when there was a loud crash! Obviously this is an unusual happening as people came from everywhere. At the only roundabout on the island, a ute ...

    Cemetery, Museums, then a BBQ

    A travel blog entry by carween on Sep 18, 2014

    25 photos

    ... me."

    The infamous Cooking Pot riot occurred in the prisoners’ mess area in1846. This
    was a riot that led to twelve men being executed and their bodies thrown in a
    pit outside of the consecrated area of the cemetery, now known as Murders’
    Mound.

    Pitcairner families and their descendants are scattered throughout the cemetery - the surnames of Christian, Buffet, HunnNobbs, Quintal and Evans most noticeable.
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    Guess what? More sightseeing

    A travel blog entry by carween on Sep 17, 2014

    24 photos

    ... are scattered along the walk. It was very scenic and provided lots of information about the area.

    When Captain James Cook landed on Norfolk in 1774 he explored only one segment on the north coast. A monument to Captain James Cook and a scenic lookout have been erected on this northern part of the coast where he landed with his officers - a spectacular view of the coastline from here. We accessed the lookout ...

    Recover and Remember Dance

    A travel blog entry by bernieandpeter on Jun 21, 2013

    10 photos

    Went and picked the convict out fits. Lunch at Emily Bay. Recover and Remember Dance in the afternoon. Some of the people on the Sydney flight had left already so it had a different feel to it, more relaxed perhaps!

    Dress as a convict night with Lee and Graeme, Betty and Steve, Jackie and Darryl. Bernie and Jackie had to serve the soup. Later they had do the Macerana and some other game called pass the hat and ...