Norfolk Island Tours - Island Fish Feast


Island Fish Feast

Watching the sunset is one of the most relaxing activities we know. As the sun lowers itself beyond the horizon, the sky paints a palette of almost unimaginable beauty, a glorious sight of pinks, oranges, reds, deep purples and rich blues.

Norfolk is arguably one of the most picturesque locations on earth to watch this magical event. There are only three things that could make it any better: good company, great food and live music. Thankfully, you can find this on Norfolk with the Island Fish Fry.

Your hosts will take you out on the cliff top at Puppy’s Point, one of Norfolk’s more popular sunset-viewing locations. The Fish Fry starts at 5pm, ensuring you won’t miss the sunset even in winter. You will be able to enjoy a feast of Island dishes, salads, homemade bread & fresh fried fish, followed by Island desserts, then tea or coffee. Make sure to try the local coconut bread, the delectable freshest of fresh fish, and for sweets, the homemade coconut pie. You will also find many other local delights laid out on the table before you.

While you eat there you are also treated to some local entertainment, including singing and the Island dancers. Feel free to join in the singing, and who knows, you may even be invited up to dance as well! No doubt many photo opportunities will be had before the sun sets, so make sure to bring your camera along!

The Island Fish Fry is fun for the whole family, blending the perfect mix of some of the best food on Norfolk, fun entertainment and a spectacular view. And after the sun sets, you’ll still have time to be entertained for the rest of your evening. Try the Mutiny on the Bounty Show, a retelling of the famous tale by descendants of the mutineers themselves, or you might like to learn about Norfolk’s grim convict history on the Sound & Light Show in the World Heritage listed Kingston & Arthur’s Vale Historic Area.

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Fish Feast




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