Australia’s Remote Islands

 

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Norfolk Island is a small island in the Pacific ocean between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia. With pristine views 360 degrees all round. It is a self-governing island and has a fascinating history of convicts and mutineers. Along with a quirky style of Government. Many of its people are direct descendents of Fletcher Christian and his bounty mutineers. A proud people, they have their own language and culture and celebrate their traditions on the annual Bounty Day

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