Governor's Lodge Resort Hotel's central location makes it an ideal base for exploring all of the nearby attractions. Museums, Art Galleries, Restaurants and the Shopping Centre are all an easy flat walk away.
Fletchers Mutiny Cyclorama
Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama…the amazing 360° panoramic painting is located directly opposite Governor's Lodge. One of Norfolk’s most popular attractions and a Tourism Awards winner, the Cyclorama is constantly impressing visitors. It offers a unique way to experience the history of the Bounty adventures and discover how the world’s most famous mutiny created the Pitcairn and Norfolk Island communities.
Visitors walk inside a circular panoramic painting and are surrounded on all sides by the immense artwork. A spectacular 3D effect is achieved with detailed artwork and realistic perspective, creating an incredible illusion of reality for the viewer. Storyboards and background sound effects and music add to the experience making this a highly recommended attraction.
The Bounty Folk Museum
The Bounty Folk Museum is locate only 300m away from Governor's Lodge and is crammed with interesting and rare artefacts. Visitors spend hours exploring this interesting museum and leave with a new insight into what makes Norfolk Island tick.
Norfolk Island Shopping
With over 70 retail outlets there is truly something for everyone on Norfolk Island. With everything from souvenirs and glassware to clothing and custom imported goods you will be lost for hours in this duty free shopping haven. Feeling a little tired after all of that retail therapy? Head on back to Governor's and while away an hour or so by the pool sipping a cocktail or two.
Restaurants and Cafe's
Not only does Governor's have a great restaurant and cafe, you are also within walking distance of cafe's and restaurants leaving you spoiled for choice.
Only 5 minutes drive away is Kingston the jewel in the crown of Norfolk Island. Here you can wander through the convict ruins, transporting yourself back to more torrid days when convicts toiled under the hot subtropical Norfolk sun. You can play a round of golf or have a swim in beautiful Emily Bay. It's up to you.