Wednesday, December 19th, 2012 - Norfolk Island Travel Centre
The Travel Centre and Norfolk Island Return Services League invite you to the first Australian Dawn service on Norfolk Island next Anzac Day 25 April 2013. A moving dawn service is held each year at the ANZAC cenotaph in Norfolk’s world heritage listed Kingston.

ANZAC marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. It now more broadly commemorates all those who served and died in military operations for their countries.

Norfolk’s 2013 dawn service will be attended by over three hundred Rotarians from across Australia and New Zealand who will follow the service with a sunrise breakfast. The Norfolk Island 2013 ANZAC service could the largest Norfolk Island has ever seen.

Visitors who travel to Norfolk for the service after sharing time with comrades, friends and family, will have plenty of time to immerse themselves in the unrivalled beauty of Norfolk Island’s rainforests and beaches or just enjoy a break away from it all with the sights of Norfolk Island.

The Norfolk Island Travel Centre has special packages for travel from $969 per person ex Brisbane and $999 per person ex Sydney for a seven night twin share stay. The prices include, return economy class airfare (seat + bag) to Norfolk Island, airline taxes, meet & greet at the airport, self-contained accommodation, car hire (car hire surcharge $20 per day plus petrol is extra), discount shopping card, complimentary miniature golf and complimentary ‘A Walk in the Wild’. Prices are subject to availability.

For more information contact The Travel Centre, Norfolk Island on toll free phone 1800 1400 66 email [email protected] fax 0011 6723 23205 or visit us at


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Norfolk Island Travel Centre

Norfolk Island Travel Centre, located on Norfolk Island, is an award winning travel agency that specialises in quality, personalised travel. Norfolk has a unique beauty of its own, with its renowned tall majestic pines, sheer cliff faces, coral reefs and beautiful beaches. Almost one third of the island is devoted to National Parks and Reserves. But Norfolk Island is far more than a picturesque island in the South Pacific, it is paradise with a past. What was once a convicts’ nightmare is now the tranquil home of the descendants from the Mutiny on the Bounty, who have their own unique culture and their own language. There is much to see and do on Norfolk Island: fascinating historic tours, see Kingston which is a World Heritage Listed area,outdoor re-enactments of the Bounty Mutiny (with parts played by actual descendants of Fletcher Christian), ‘Light and Sound’ shows, eco-tours, glass bottom boat coral reef trips, swimming, snorkeling, fishing, dining out in the numerous fine restaurants, bush walking, scenic horse riding, golf on what has been called the world’s most beautiful golf course, bowls, tennis, and squash. Take advantage of Norfolk's tax-free shopping or perhaps simply take some time out to relax and enjoy Norfolk's peaceful existence.

Christan Davies
P: AU 1800 1400 66 or NZ 0800 0088 10


First Australian Dawn service on Norfolk Island



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