External and Mainland Territories

Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island is an external Australian territory in the Pacific Ocean about 1600 km northeast of Sydney. Norfolk Island is one of Australia's most isolated communities and one of its oldest territories, having been settled six weeks after Australia's founding settlement at Sydney, New South Wales.

Norfolk Island has a diverse environment and notable historic sites offering a unique heritage seldom found elsewhere within Australia and around the world. This remote island is also of major biological importance with many native species being unique to the island.

RDA Mid North Coast (MNC) is funded by the Australian Government and administered by the Australian Government's Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts to deliver to deliver services to Norfolk Island.

This includes business support and industry development, in particular in Norfolk Island’s tourism sector, including accommodation and food services.

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Downloadable New South Wales map including Norfolk Island