If you want to know about Norfolk Island beaches, then this is the best.  Emily Bay on Norfolk Island was voted one of the world’s best beaches in 2014.

And that is the pontoon in its midst that is a favourite playground and ‘battlefield’from spring through to early autumn for kids and adults alike.

The sand is white, soft, and ideal for lazing around.

Protected by a reef, the crystal clear waters of Emily Bay are ideal for swimming and snorkelling.

Just out from Emily Bay is Slaughter Bay where windy days see sail boards whizzing by with the southern hemispheres best collection of restored convict buildings as a backdrop.

Beyond the reef is a favourite spot for frontier surfing.