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Getting there

Norfolk Island

The Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Historic Area (KAVHA) is located on Norfolk Island, a hidden treasure of the South Pacific.

With its rich cultural history, captivating sights and sounds, variety of culinary offerings and wide range of experiences on offer, Norfolk Island is a great destination to start planning for your next holiday.

Norfolk Island Tourism can help you to get there, and you can plan your stay using this interactive map.

Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Historic Area

Nestled on the southern edge of Norfolk Island, and covering an area of around 250 hectares, KAVHA has plenty of history, culture and beauty on offer.

There are many ways to experience the charm and history of the site. Take a leisurely walk to enjoy the breathtaking scenery and immerse yourself in KAVHA’s unique heritage or enjoy a guided tour of the historic buildings and vistas. Visit the Norfolk Island Museum to explore layers of the island’s rich history, check out one of the award-winning beaches on site, or get involved in one of the regular local events happening throughout the year.

Cars and push bikes are available for hire on the island, and privately organised tours operate daily.

map of Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area

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