Norfolk Island is a small island territory located in the South Pacific Ocean, between Australia and New Zealand. It is a self-governing territory in free association with Australia, and it has a population of around 2,000 people.
The official language of Norfolk Island is English, which is widely spoken in government, education, and business.
The currency of Norfolk Island is the Australian dollar (AUD), which is also used in Australia. It is divided into 100 cents and is abbreviated as “$” or “AUD$”.
As there are no direct flights from the UK to Norfolk Island, the flight time would vary depending on the departure city and the airline, but it would generally take around 24-30 hours with one or two stops along the way.
The time zone in Norfolk Island is GMT+11, which means it is 11 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time.
Norfolk Island does not have its own international airport, but visitors can fly to Norfolk Island via Sydney or Brisbane in Australia, and arrive at Norfolk Island Airport, which is the main airport on the island. The address of Norfolk Island Airport is Taylors Road, Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island.