Sue-Ellen Quintal
General Manager


RESERVATION ADVISORS
res@baunti.nlk.nf

Ebony and Lillian will be happy to confirm, assist and answer any queries you may have on tours.

GROUPS CO-ORDINATOR
Kerry Christian groups@baunti.nlk.nf

With over 20 years in the touring industry Baunti Escapes prides itself on providing a high level of service and flexibility to provide your group with an itinerary customised to suit your requirements.  Our experienced, friendly, and knowledgeable guides showcase for you the best Norfolk Island has to offer: history from both the convict and Pitcairn perspective, majestic cliffs, stunning sunsets, spectacular coral sand beaches, our famous St Barnabas Chapel.  Peak into the lives of the locals with visits to Island homes, private gardens, farms, palm plantation and this is just the start…  We offer fascinating tours, day and night, as well as entertaining and fun interactive theatre dinner shows.

Our specialised Groups Co-ordinator will tailor an itinerary to fit your focus and budget, greet the group at the airport and meet the group throughout the week to ensure everything is running to plan and everyone is having a fabulous time on our Island paradise!

Please contact our Groups Co-ordinator Kerry Christian email groups@baunti.nlk.nf to begin your adventure!

Together we will help you discover the World of Norfolk… Our world is home to the Norfolk Island PEOPLE. Over 20 nationalities live here.  Notably it is home to the Pitcairn Islanders, descendants of the Mutiny on the Bounty, who arrived here on June 8, 1856. They brought with them cooking, music, and weaving/ plaiting that are still practiced today, and a language that is still spoken.

The Norf’k language (Norfolk language) is a wonderful mix of Tahitian and old English, and it is taught in our school. Our world has an amazing PAST. It is home to the southern hemisphere’s best collection of restored convict built Georgian buildings and structures that are still in community use today – living history indeed! And they are World Heritage listed.

They house our museums, our parliament, and our public service. The convict built pier is one of two places only to launch boats to go fishing, or bring in goods from overseas. Our world is only 8 x 5 kilometres in size, yet it is a PLACE of amazing physical beauty. It is a place blessed with a wonderful sub-tropical climate where the ‘great outdoors’ is yours to enjoy. Where ‘fast food’ is pulled out of the ground. Where 40 endemic species of flora and fauna live. Our air is amongst the cleanest on the planet. The only impurity in our seas is a 220 year old ship wreck of the Sirius.

Our world is somewhere you can take it as easy as can be, or be as busy as you want to be. There are over 70 ACTIVITIES including: amazing marine and nature-based pursuits such as bush walking, sea kayaking, frontier surfing, diving/snorkeling, and deep sea fishing; shopping; dinners; shows and plays; convict and many other historical tours; and clifftop fish dining. Our world is your playground and we look forward to showing you around!