Norfolk Air is tempting Australians to escape from the frost and financial bite of the EOFY, reducing fares to Norfolk Island by 50 per cent for flights ex Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Newcastle.
The Norfolk Air promotion (effective immediately and closes June 11 2011) offers travellers the opportunity to rejuvenate for the second half of the year at a place that is close to home, worlds apart from any other nearby destination, at half the fare.
From foodies to yoga lovers, fishing enthusiasts to historians, all can feed their souls for just $417 (including taxes ex Brisbane) and a short flight from the East Coast of Australia. Norfolk Island’s sub tropical weather means the winter is mild. Experiences such as yoga in strawberry fields wine tasting, fishing, convict ruin tours, theatre productions, horse riding and massage therapy are just some of the experiences that can be part of the journey back to wellness this winter.
Jeff Murdoch, CEO, Norfolk Air said:
“Many people will consider a short getaway to recharge for the next six months and this promotion is designed to make Norfolk Island a strong contender that can challenge the more traditional road trip some Australians will take at this time of year.
“An international flight at domestic prices for an out of this world experience that will leave its mark on you in just a few days – that’s the value of a Norfolk Island getaway. We look forward to welcoming Australians into our world this winter. They’ll go from newly arrived to fully revived in no time”.
The deal is effective immediately and closes June 11 2011. Travel must be completed by August 31 2011.