- published: 03 Feb 2015
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A personal photo / video show produced from our recent family holiday to Norfolk Island. We can produce a memorable video show from any of your photos, slides, videos and memorabilia. Share with family and friends. Makes a great gift idea. Contact us at email@example.com
Welcome to The Paradise Hotel & Resort Norfolk Island, your ideal Norfolk Island Accommodation. Our popular resort hotel is nestled in 11 acres of beautifully landscaped sub-tropical gardens. With 55 spacious rooms in four accommodation styles, there is something to suit every budget and we endeavour to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. Just over two hours flying time from Sydney or Brisbane and less than two hours from Auckland lies what Captain James Cook described in 1774 as "paradise on earth". Norfolk Island is steeped in a tumultuous history, blessed with breathtaking scenery and surrounded by pristine beaches that will ensure your South Pacific island holiday is unforgettable. Discover the many attractions the island has to offer -- wander through the historical...
To be or not to be, that is the question....Severe reduction of the roots will either kill the trees or get them on the right track, I take the gamble. This is the second video of these trees, check the playlist tab on the channel to see the previous video.
NI photos 2009...a beautiful place to visit.
Tintoela, which means “sweetheart” in the local language, is the Island’s longest running luxury accommodation and continues to be the most sought after. A perfect 5 star TripAdvisor rating hints at the delights that await, though no words or photos can ever do justice to the sweeping ocean views that greet visitors upon arrival at each of the retreat’s 3 luxury accommodations. The owners recently hired award winning Canadian videographers Pure Souls to film the spectacular 3.5 acre landscaped property and, along with wonderful footage by Norfolk's own Stuck On A Rock, is one of the best videos of Norfolk to date.
Separated from the rest of Britain by the River Waveney and the Little and Great Ouse Rivers, Norfolk remains attached to Britain by the slender unbilical cord of the B1113. Within Norfolk are some suprising places not visited by most of those who live here, largely owing to their inaccesibility - among them the golden beach island of Lodge Marsh where you can be alone on August Bank Holiday, the many hidden ruined churches overgrown by time and trees, the vast forest wilderness of Thetford and isolated stretches of river only a mile from Norwich. Music and photos by me of course!!
Join Unlock the Past in October 2014 for a history conference on Norfolk Island, includes family history workshops, cemetery walk, visit the Convict World heritage area of Kingston and Arthur Vale, historic visit to cemetery and lots more. Speakers at conference include historians Cathy Dunn and Shauna Hicks.
Travel with me to a beautiful island gem of the South Pacific - Norfolk Island. From the plane, you see your first glimpse of the island with its more... pristine beaches and Norfolk Pines. The soundtrack music 'Midsummer Twilight was written by myself and is available on my album 'Visions and Dreams'. For more music, please visit my website at www.catherineduc.com
View of the Australian flag blowing in the wind. Early settlement sites and convict prisons in Australia. Title on background of waves crashing. Text about Norfolk Island. Aerial view of Norfolk Island which is home to many descendants of the mutineers from the HMS Bounty. Aerial view of the coastline. Aerial view of runway. A plane landing. Plane taxiing. Passengers getting off plane. Landscape. Pine trees. Kingston, Norfolk Island the second oldest British settlement in the Pacific. View of old jail and current government headquarters. Two women walk past a bungalow. Quality Row, Kingston the original main street. The original barracks. A man on a horse rides away from the camera. A horse and carriage trot past in the opposite direction. A residential home. A man wal...