GALLERY: Norfolk Island
Australia’s Norfolk Island, located 1471km east of Brisbane in the Pacific Ocean, is the result of a volcano that existed some 2-3 million years ago. Its human history features inhabitants including Polynesians, First Fleeters, convicts and mutineers. Today, it is also perhaps Australia’s most remote community.
We sent Australian yachtswoman Jessica Watson to discover Norfolk Island’s homegrown treasures. Read her full feature in AG#136
, out now.
November 29, 2016
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On the eastern side of Norfolk Island, Broken Bridge Creek runs into the scenic Cascade Reserve, where it falls into the ocean at Cockpit Waterfall.