Kingston Visitors Map & Guide


Nestled on Norfolk Island, the Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Historic Area (KAVHA) is a World Heritage site that weaves together the rich histories of Polynesian, convict, and Pitcairn Islander cultures. It stands as one of Australia’s most fascinating heritage sites, playing a vital role in shaping the identity and culture of the local community.

KAVHA is renowned for its unique historical significance as an exceptional example of large-scale convict transportation and colonial expansion. It is one of just eleven sites designated as part of the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage Property, showcasing its global importance. With its picturesque landscapes, impressive Georgian architecture, and evocative ruins, KAVHA offers a compelling journey through time, inviting visitors to witness history come to life.

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