• Norfolk Island Pine, Bonsai forest, Oct 2016

    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.

    published: 24 Oct 2016
  • Norfolk Island 2016 {MONTAGE}

    This video is the epitome of how gorgeous and authentic Norfolk Island really is. Everything about Norfolk is beautiful, including the people there. They are the kindest and most caring group of people I have ever met, and I am truly honoured to have witnessed their friendship with one another. They truly made me feel welcome, after all the years it had been since I had visited, with my mum returning to her childhood home. After reluctantly returning to our home, we had to remind ourself to lock the house and the car doors, with the absence of people waving back in return to us when we drove past. I really miss spending time with my family over there. I miss the feeling of being safe every where I go, with the reassurance that no-one judges one another and loves each other equally. I miss...

    published: 12 Apr 2017
  • Norfolk Island

    Editor @ Large, Gary Dickson, was recently on Norfolk Island and was interviewed by the local radio station, Norfolk Island Radio.

    published: 12 Sep 2012
  • Norfolk Island Survivor Camp 2015

    Recapping Survivor Camp from 2015. Thank you to all our visiting leaders and our regular group of leaders for all your support!

    published: 09 Aug 2016
  • Gwen Hoem MP4

    Baunti Dancers performing Gwen Hoem by Donald Reynolds & Roy Nobbs Norfolk Island

    published: 11 Sep 2012
  • Norfolk Island

    Senic flight landing

    published: 15 Aug 2011
  • Norfolk Island dancing

    Norfolk Island has some very talented Tahitian dancer. These young girls are down at Kingston pier dancing for all the people who came off the Pacific Sun.

    published: 20 Apr 2010
  • Norfolk Island Review

    A recent review of Norfolk Island

    published: 06 Feb 2012
  • Norfolk Island, 1950's -- Film 4761

    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...

    published: 15 May 2013
  • Approach And Landing RWY11 Norfolk Island (YSNF)

    PMDG 737-800 NGX In Australian Virtual Airline colors

    published: 16 Dec 2013
  • Norfolk Island Paradise Found

    published: 07 Dec 2013
  • NORFOLK ISLAND 2014

    Just a cheeky little compilation of our time on Norfolk Island during Christmas 2014

    published: 18 May 2015
  • Pmdg 737 NGX Landing at Norfolk island

    Pmdg 737 NGX Landing at Norfolk island -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/bearbody

    published: 20 Dec 2016
  • Norfolk Island Central School Dance

    K-6 from Norfolk Island Central School dance for you and show you around the Kingston area. http://www.school.edu.nf/_/About_NICS.html

    published: 06 Jun 2012
  • Norfolk Island

    I hope you enjoy the little yoga clip I've made after my recent trip to Norfolk Island. It showcases the beautiful Island as the backdrop for yoga. I hope you enjoy :) I do not own ANY of the soundtrack, property and rights for audio go to Nicola Cruz for his track ‘Cumbia del Olvido’ I did purchase this on iTunes if you're wanting to download it for your music library. Thankyou!

    published: 12 Dec 2016
  • Norfolk Island ukulele

    Norfolk Island ukulele band. Video taken by Cristine McRitchie

    published: 26 Aug 2010
  • Norfolk island hula girls on show day

    published: 15 Oct 2016
  • NORFOLK ISLAND AUSTRALIAN TERRITORY

    1997 FROM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norfolk_Island Norfolk Island (Norfuk: Norfuk Ailen) is a small inhabited island in the Pacific Ocean located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia, and along with two neighbouring islands forms one of Australia's external territories. The Norfolk Island pine, a symbol of the island pictured in its flag, is a striking evergreen tree endemic to the island and is quite popular in Australia, where two related species also groW. Geography Norfolk Island is located in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Australia. Norfolk Island is the main island of the island group the territory encompasses and is located at 29°02′S 167°57′E. It has an area of 34.6 km² (13.3 mi²), with no large-scale internal bodies of water but 32 km of coastline. The i...

    published: 23 Apr 2011
  • P&O 2011 Norfolk Island

    FREE CRUISE SHIP MAGAZINE (E-MAGAZINE) http://fliphtml5.com/bookcase/dtxj If you like Cruise ship holidays or would like to find out more than this is the magazine for you Good News: MyCruise Magazine totally FREE subscription. To help make the MyCruise Magazine even better I would like to encourage you to share the magazine link with your colleague’s family and friends. If you would like to be added to the VIP subscription please send an email to mycruisemagazine@bigpond.com and in the subject area place the word (subscription) Here is the link to the 1st issue of MyCruise Magazine: http://fliphtml5.com/icmw/ibti This video has been featured in the MyCruise Magazine as a active link from the magazine www.mycruisemagazine.com.au Norfolk Island - P&O Cruises Australia J131 Bounty Ad...

    published: 20 Aug 2012
  • Agriexchange Dead Gum and Norfolk Island Pine 22-04-2011.mpg

    published: 23 Apr 2011
  • walking on sunshine kindergarten to year 2 dance group Norfolk Island Central School

    Well done kids. What great fun! Thanks to Gill Brown for pulling it all together.

    published: 10 May 2015
  • Tahiti Petrel, 6th April 2008, Norfolk Island to New Caledonia

    published: 24 Dec 2013
  • NORFOLK ISLAND AUSTRALIA PART I OF II

    1997 FROM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norfolk_Island Norfolk Island (Norfuk: Norfuk Ailen) is a small inhabited island in the Pacific Ocean located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia, and along with two neighbouring islands forms one of Australia's external territories. The Norfolk Island pine, a symbol of the island pictured in its flag, is a striking evergreen tree endemic to the island and is quite popular in Australia, where two related species also groW. Geography Norfolk Island is located in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Australia. Norfolk Island is the main island of the island group the territory encompasses and is located at 29°02′S 167°57′E. It has an area of 34.6 km² (13.3 mi²), with no large-scale internal bodies of water but 32 km of coastline. The island's h...

    published: 13 Sep 2009
  • Griffith University -- Know More. Do More. (Norfolk Island)

    published: 19 Dec 2011
Norfolk Island Pine, Bonsai forest, Oct 2016

Norfolk Island Pine, Bonsai forest, Oct 2016

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  • Updated: 24 Oct 2016
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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.
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Pine,_Bonsai_Forest,_Oct_2016
Norfolk Island 2016 {MONTAGE}

Norfolk Island 2016 {MONTAGE}

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This video is the epitome of how gorgeous and authentic Norfolk Island really is. Everything about Norfolk is beautiful, including the people there. They are the kindest and most caring group of people I have ever met, and I am truly honoured to have witnessed their friendship with one another. They truly made me feel welcome, after all the years it had been since I had visited, with my mum returning to her childhood home. After reluctantly returning to our home, we had to remind ourself to lock the house and the car doors, with the absence of people waving back in return to us when we drove past. I really miss spending time with my family over there. I miss the feeling of being safe every where I go, with the reassurance that no-one judges one another and loves each other equally. I miss hearing the stories of the rich history and my heritage. I miss seeing the determination, pride and passion every single person on that island has for Norfolk Island. I admire all of them, and with that, i know that the people of Norfolk Island will always come out on top. Thank you for having me Norfolk, I will definitely be returning soon. Janaya. Song: Anticipation - Elliot Burger (THIS IS NOT THE ORIGINAL SONG)
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_2016_Montage
Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island

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Editor @ Large, Gary Dickson, was recently on Norfolk Island and was interviewed by the local radio station, Norfolk Island Radio.
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island
Norfolk Island Survivor Camp 2015

Norfolk Island Survivor Camp 2015

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  • Updated: 09 Aug 2016
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Recapping Survivor Camp from 2015. Thank you to all our visiting leaders and our regular group of leaders for all your support!
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Survivor_Camp_2015
Gwen Hoem MP4

Gwen Hoem MP4

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  • Updated: 11 Sep 2012
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Baunti Dancers performing Gwen Hoem by Donald Reynolds & Roy Nobbs Norfolk Island
https://wn.com/Gwen_Hoem_Mp4
Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island

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Senic flight landing
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island
Norfolk Island dancing

Norfolk Island dancing

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  • Updated: 20 Apr 2010
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Norfolk Island has some very talented Tahitian dancer. These young girls are down at Kingston pier dancing for all the people who came off the Pacific Sun.
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Dancing
Norfolk Island Review

Norfolk Island Review

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A recent review of Norfolk Island
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Review
Norfolk Island, 1950's -- Film 4761

Norfolk Island, 1950's -- Film 4761

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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 walks between two pine trees. A woman walks up steps to a veranda. Two women pick flowers. Close up of flowers. The cable station at Ansons Bay. View down the hillside where the cables run. Aerial view of sea where a boat sails. Closer view of boat. A convict built wharf and the ruins of the whaling station. Women and children on the wharf watching a motorboat. Cargo being transferred to the motor boat. House where the Australian explorer William Charles Wentworth was born. The ruins of the convict built old stables. Three people pass through one of the archways. Ruins of the jail and the old gallows. View of war memorial through a break in the jail walls. A man goes in to the dungeons. A man crouches by a primitive plough that was drawn by convicts. Close up of plough. Two horses and riders go towards the Bloody Bridge where the convicts walled up a prison guard. The two riders dismount and look at the bridge. View of common grave holding the convicts involved at the incident at Bloody Bridge. A man in shorts inspects a headstone. View of cemetery. People tending the graves. Grave of Fletcher Christian. Another grave. Two recent graves with crosses for headstones. Fields. Animals grazing. A team of horses pulling a plough. Mr Adams is the farmer behind the plough. Close up of Mr Adams rolling a cigarette. Mrs Christian with her dog in her garden. Mr Ben Knott in his garden. A man walks past palm trees. Close up of a tree bearing fruit. A local girl picks wild growing guava fruit. View of guava fruit on the tree. Tow girls picking and eating guava fruit. A spider in its web prodded by a stick. A man and a woman reach the top of a cliff. The woman carries a long pole. They have been fishing. They pause under a tree and the man empties the fish out of the sack he is carrying. The woman crouches and picks up a fish. Close up of woman in a very silly bonnet. Hugo Quintal chopping logs. Close up of Hugo with axe. View of Harry Quibtal making tortoise shell ornaments. Close up of ornament. Mrs Nod holds a flower which she sniffs. Next to her sits young girl. Mrs Nod is a descendant of Reverend Nod who brought Christianity to the island. Children play outside a school. Inside a classroom pupils study. The teacher. Close up of children. Model of a ship. A man and boy stand either side of a very rusty gun. Close up of boy who is a sixth generation direct descendant of Fletcher Christian and also called Fletcher. Close up of gun which came from HMS Bounty. Men on golf course. Men playing bowls. A group of young people riding. The group riding through woods. Close up of riders resting and chatting amongst themselves. Members of the community entering the Padison Memorial Chapel. A toddler climbs the chapel steps. Inside are marblework and shell mosaics by students from the Solomon Islands. Close up of the inlaid ends of hand carved pews. View of hand carved lectern. The minister turns the pages of the Bible on the lectern. Stained glass windows. Landscape. A mother with her son and daughter. Landscape. A young couple. Tree. Young woman. Pine tree. Coast
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island,_1950's_Film_4761
Approach And Landing RWY11 Norfolk Island (YSNF)

Approach And Landing RWY11 Norfolk Island (YSNF)

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  • Updated: 16 Dec 2013
  • views: 341
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PMDG 737-800 NGX In Australian Virtual Airline colors
https://wn.com/Approach_And_Landing_Rwy11_Norfolk_Island_(Ysnf)
Norfolk Island Paradise Found

Norfolk Island Paradise Found

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  • Updated: 07 Dec 2013
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https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Paradise_Found
NORFOLK ISLAND 2014

NORFOLK ISLAND 2014

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  • Updated: 18 May 2015
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Just a cheeky little compilation of our time on Norfolk Island during Christmas 2014
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_2014
Pmdg 737 NGX Landing at Norfolk island

Pmdg 737 NGX Landing at Norfolk island

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  • Updated: 20 Dec 2016
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Pmdg 737 NGX Landing at Norfolk island -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/bearbody
https://wn.com/Pmdg_737_Ngx_Landing_At_Norfolk_Island
Norfolk Island Central School Dance

Norfolk Island Central School Dance

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  • Updated: 06 Jun 2012
  • views: 2306
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K-6 from Norfolk Island Central School dance for you and show you around the Kingston area. http://www.school.edu.nf/_/About_NICS.html
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Central_School_Dance
Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island

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  • Updated: 12 Dec 2016
  • views: 103
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I hope you enjoy the little yoga clip I've made after my recent trip to Norfolk Island. It showcases the beautiful Island as the backdrop for yoga. I hope you enjoy :) I do not own ANY of the soundtrack, property and rights for audio go to Nicola Cruz for his track ‘Cumbia del Olvido’ I did purchase this on iTunes if you're wanting to download it for your music library. Thankyou!
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island
Norfolk Island ukulele

Norfolk Island ukulele

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  • Updated: 26 Aug 2010
  • views: 381
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Norfolk Island ukulele band. Video taken by Cristine McRitchie
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Ukulele
Norfolk island hula girls on show day

Norfolk island hula girls on show day

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  • Updated: 15 Oct 2016
  • views: 347
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https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Hula_Girls_On_Show_Day
NORFOLK ISLAND AUSTRALIAN TERRITORY

NORFOLK ISLAND AUSTRALIAN TERRITORY

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  • Updated: 23 Apr 2011
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1997 FROM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norfolk_Island Norfolk Island (Norfuk: Norfuk Ailen) is a small inhabited island in the Pacific Ocean located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia, and along with two neighbouring islands forms one of Australia's external territories. The Norfolk Island pine, a symbol of the island pictured in its flag, is a striking evergreen tree endemic to the island and is quite popular in Australia, where two related species also groW. Geography Norfolk Island is located in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Australia. Norfolk Island is the main island of the island group the territory encompasses and is located at 29°02′S 167°57′E. It has an area of 34.6 km² (13.3 mi²), with no large-scale internal bodies of water but 32 km of coastline. The island's highest point is Mt. Bates (319 m above sea level), located in the northwest quadrant of the island. The majority of the terrain is suitable for farming and other agricultural uses. Philip Island, the second largest island of the territory, is located at 29°07′S 167°57′E, several kilometres south of the main island. The coastline of Norfolk Island consists, to varying degrees, of cliff faces. A downward slope exists towards Sydney Bay and Emily Bay, the site of the original colonial settlement of Kingston. There are no safe harbour facilities on Norfolk Island, with loading jetties existing at Kingston and Cascade Bay. All goods not domestically produced are brought in by ship, usually to Cascade Bay. Emily Bay, protected from the Pacific Ocean by a small coral reef, is the only safe area for recreational swimming, although surfing waves can sometimes be found in Ball Bay. The climate is subtropical and mild, with little seasonal differentiation. The island is a volcanic formation with mostly rolling plains. The area surrounding Mt. Bates is preserved as the Norfolk Island National Park. The park, covering around 10% of the land of the island, contains remnants of the forests which originally covered the island, including stands of subtropical rainforest. The park also includes the two smaller islands to the south of Norfolk Island, Nepean Island and Philip Island. The major settlement on the Island is Burnt Pine, located predominantly along Taylor's Road. DON PUGH
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Australian_Territory
P&O 2011 Norfolk Island

P&O 2011 Norfolk Island

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  • Updated: 20 Aug 2012
  • views: 238
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FREE CRUISE SHIP MAGAZINE (E-MAGAZINE) http://fliphtml5.com/bookcase/dtxj If you like Cruise ship holidays or would like to find out more than this is the magazine for you Good News: MyCruise Magazine totally FREE subscription. To help make the MyCruise Magazine even better I would like to encourage you to share the magazine link with your colleague’s family and friends. If you would like to be added to the VIP subscription please send an email to mycruisemagazine@bigpond.com and in the subject area place the word (subscription) Here is the link to the 1st issue of MyCruise Magazine: http://fliphtml5.com/icmw/ibti This video has been featured in the MyCruise Magazine as a active link from the magazine www.mycruisemagazine.com.au Norfolk Island - P&O Cruises Australia J131 Bounty Adventure Noel Sadler Skip Film Productions skipfilms@bigpond.com www.skipfilms.com.au Mobile 0488 201 882 Sydney Australia We were lucky to visit Norfolk Island on the P&O cruise ship the Pacific Jewel on the 16th October 2011; we meet up with Dot Salt and her family, who provided us with the warmest and heartfelt welcome for which Norfolk Island is well known for. Dot and her family are descendents of the mutiny on the Bounty which was a mutiny that occurred aboard the British Royal Navy ship HMS Bounty on 28 April 1789 The mutiny was led by Fletcher Christian against the commanding officer, William Bligh. According to most accounts, the sailors were attracted to the idyllic life on the Pacific island of Tahiti and repelled by the harsh treatment from their captain. Eighteen mutineers set Lieutenant Bligh and 18 of the 22 crew loyal to him afloat in a small boat. Mutineers then settled on Pitcairn Island or in Tahiti. The Bounty was subsequently burned off Pitcairn Island to avoid detection and to prevent desertion. Descendants of some of the mutineers and Tahitians still live on Pitcairn Island. After Bligh and his crew of 18 made an epic and eventful journey in the small boat to Timor in the Dutch East Indies, he returned to England and reported the mutiny, later many of the residents moved from Pitcairn Island to Norfolk Island' As an ex-Royal Navy man, David has no time for mutineers. "And," he points out, "Bligh was a superb navigator and hydrographer." This is undeniable. Bligh's post-mutiny feat of getting 18 men across the open sea from these water to Timor, 3618 nautical miles away, was exceptional. But his courage and strong sense of duty were outweighed by his vindictiveness, verbal abusiveness and hypercriticism of others. I point out to David that, "Bligh's men preferred to be flogged with the cat o' nine tails, rather than be lashed by his poisonous tongue." David shrugs. "Words, just words. Christian should have toughened up." I persist in defending Christian, Bligh's young acting lieutenant. "Remember, he'd had to leave his lover, Isabella, behind in Tahiti, and she was pregnant with their child." I just can't help but side with Christian. I've recently been on Pitcairn Island, where Fletcher (or "Flatcher", in the islanders' distinctive dialect) is still accorded heroic status by his many descendants. It is the same on Norfolk Island, to which many descendants of the mutineers from Pitcairn moved in 1856. "No," I aver, "Bligh made Christian's life unbearable." Captain McBain has been listening closely to this discussion. First making sure the microphone is switched off, he says to David and me, "I know we're in the exact position, but you two aren't going to re-enact the mutiny on my ship, are you?" He smiles. "And I did take the precaution of locking my First Officer in his cabin this morning." Earlier that morning, Captain McBain had provided the commentary as the ship cruised alongside Nomuka, a low island in Tonga's Ha'apai group, where the incident occurred which sparked the mutiny. As Master on James Cook's Resolution in 1777, William Bligh had called at the island to take on supplies. So 12 years later he felt confident about anchoring the Bounty off Nomuka and sending a landing party ashore, led by Fletcher Christian, to gain provisions. But the Friendly Isles, as Cook had named them, were now distinctly unfriendly. Cook had deeply offended the Tongans by taking two chiefs hostage and treating them in a humiliating manner, and 12 years later, the locals still remembered this grievous insult.
https://wn.com/P_O_2011_Norfolk_Island
Agriexchange Dead Gum and Norfolk Island Pine 22-04-2011.mpg

Agriexchange Dead Gum and Norfolk Island Pine 22-04-2011.mpg

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https://wn.com/Agriexchange_Dead_Gum_And_Norfolk_Island_Pine_22_04_2011.Mpg
walking on sunshine kindergarten to year 2 dance group Norfolk Island Central School

walking on sunshine kindergarten to year 2 dance group Norfolk Island Central School

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  • Updated: 10 May 2015
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Well done kids. What great fun! Thanks to Gill Brown for pulling it all together.
https://wn.com/Walking_On_Sunshine_Kindergarten_To_Year_2_Dance_Group_Norfolk_Island_Central_School
Tahiti Petrel, 6th April 2008, Norfolk Island to New Caledonia

Tahiti Petrel, 6th April 2008, Norfolk Island to New Caledonia

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NORFOLK ISLAND AUSTRALIA PART I OF II

NORFOLK ISLAND AUSTRALIA PART I OF II

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  • Updated: 13 Sep 2009
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1997 FROM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norfolk_Island Norfolk Island (Norfuk: Norfuk Ailen) is a small inhabited island in the Pacific Ocean located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia, and along with two neighbouring islands forms one of Australia's external territories. The Norfolk Island pine, a symbol of the island pictured in its flag, is a striking evergreen tree endemic to the island and is quite popular in Australia, where two related species also groW. Geography Norfolk Island is located in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Australia. Norfolk Island is the main island of the island group the territory encompasses and is located at 29°02′S 167°57′E. It has an area of 34.6 km² (13.3 mi²), with no large-scale internal bodies of water but 32 km of coastline. The island's highest point is Mt. Bates (319 m above sea level), located in the northwest quadrant of the island. The majority of the terrain is suitable for farming and other agricultural uses. Philip Island, the second largest island of the territory, is located at 29°07′S 167°57′E, several kilometres south of the main island. The coastline of Norfolk Island consists, to varying degrees, of cliff faces. A downward slope exists towards Sydney Bay and Emily Bay, the site of the original colonial settlement of Kingston. There are no safe harbour facilities on Norfolk Island, with loading jetties existing at Kingston and Cascade Bay. All goods not domestically produced are brought in by ship, usually to Cascade Bay. Emily Bay, protected from the Pacific Ocean by a small coral reef, is the only safe area for recreational swimming, although surfing waves can sometimes be found in Ball Bay. The climate is subtropical and mild, with little seasonal differentiation. The island is a volcanic formation with mostly rolling plains. The area surrounding Mt. Bates is preserved as the Norfolk Island National Park. The park, covering around 10% of the land of the island, contains remnants of the forests which originally covered the island, including stands of subtropical rainforest. The park also includes the two smaller islands to the south of Norfolk Island, Nepean Island and Philip Island. The major settlement on the Island is Burnt Pine, located predominantly along Taylor's Road
https://wn.com/Norfolk_Island_Australia_Part_I_Of_Ii
Griffith University -- Know More. Do More. (Norfolk Island)

Griffith University -- Know More. Do More. (Norfolk Island)

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https://wn.com/Griffith_University_Know_More._Do_More._(Norfolk_Island)