Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island is an island of just 35 square kilometres. Midway between New Zealand and New Caledonia, Norfolk Island has two mountians over 300m tall and the majority of land is suitable for farming. Norfolk island has 80 km of roads and tracks weaving along cliffs and beaches, with crumbling ruins and scented pine trees. Left behind from a basaltic volcano much of the coastline is cliffs but there are a few beaches good for swimming and surfing.