Norfolk Island flights from $251 with Air New Zealand

Andrew Munro 25 October 2017 NEWS

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Just a hop, skip and a jump away.

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Where do New Zealanders go when they want to an escape to nature? They go to Norfolk Island (when they're not going to Australia), and you can too!

It might be easier and cheaper than you'd think, with direct flights from Brisbane to Norfolk Island for $251, or from Sydney to Norfolk Island for $273 with Air New Zealand.

This deal lets you pick your own travel dates and fly at prices on par with any of the few sales running to the island, so you're getting a pretty nice deal.

These prices are for carry-on only and might suit you for a short trip, or you can add more baggage at extra cost.

Flights are available right at Air New Zealand, so just hop on over with the links below, then skip off to New Zealand to jump around Norfolk Island.

These fares are available until sold out.

From To Travel dates Price (each way) Book
Brisbane Norfolk Island Mondays, Fridays and Sundays during October - December 2017 $251 Book your flight to Norfolk Island
Sydney Norfolk Island Tuesdays and Saturdays $273 Book your flight to Norfolk Island

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