The 8th of June every Read more [...]
The 8th of June every year marks the arrival of the Pitcairn Islanders on Norfolk Island in 1856. The Traditional Families get dressed in their Bounty Day clothes and march together from the landing site to the cemetery to sing traditional hymns and lay flowers on their ancestors graves. The afternoon evolves around food, delicious, traditional Island food. Form pig on the spit to Pilhi, marshmallow salad, mudda, Anna & coconut pie, everyone has their favourite dish that they wait all year for. Mine is passionfruit pie and I can not wait
Norfolk Island fruit and vegetables are grown on island, in season and picked daily for you to enjoy that day. There are over 25 eating out places for you to experience delicious dishes made from the freshest ingredients. Add to that mix fresh fish, local beef and pork and small boutique products such as coffee, honey and cheese.
Add the atmosphere of a FOOD FESTIVAL to showcase the amazing local chefs – and you have a culinary experience not to be missed!