AUSSIE ICONS SET TO ROCK NORFOLK ISLAND’S CHRISTMAS IN JULY
Legendary Australian entertainment and literary identities will converge on Norfolk Island for this year’s Christmas in July celebrations which will be highlighted by three concerts and personally hosted special events.
Headline acts for the concerts presenting their honour roll of top Australian hits will be Queen of Pop, Colleen Hewett, whose signature song, ‘Day By Day’, achieved Gold Record status; Normie Rowe, whose songs ‘Que Sera Sera’ and ‘Ooh La La’ were among his Top 1 chartbusters; and Johnny Young of Young Talent Time fame who had hits including the number one, ‘Step Back’.
The week-long event will also feature a lunch with Colleen McCullough, acclaimed author of best selling books including Tim and The Thorn Birds and the Masters of Rome series, who lives on Norfolk Island when not undertaking her busy Australian and international commitments.
Trade Travel is offering Christmas in July packages from all Australian states inclusive of:
- Accommodation and daily breakfast
- Return economy flights with Air New Zealand
- Seats at all concerts including a personally signed CD from each artist
- Christmas lunch and Carols with Colleen Hewett, Normie Rowe and Johnny Young
- Lunch and fireside chat with Colleen McCullough including a signed copy of her latest book, Bittersweet
- Progressive dinner at island home of Grammy Award-winning artist, Helen Reddy
- Cliff top fish fry dinner
- Half-day island tour
- Optional church transfers for Sunday service
The 7-night Christmas in July packages are priced from $2298 ex-Brisbane departing 12 July and $2519 ex-Sydney departing 14 July. Single supplements and 8-night packages are also available from all other Australian states.
For bookings, contact Trade Travel on 1800 034 439 or email@example.com
Norfolk Island is long-regarded as a wonderful place to holiday with family and friends, escape with a loved one, savour magnificent local beef, fish, fruits, cheeses and vegetables, visit the only winery, go swimming, snorkelling, surfing, deep sea fishing and horse riding, play golf on the World Heritage seaside course, explore arts, crafts and home produce markets, head out on glass bottom boat tours and ocean trips to Phillip Island, and enjoy attractions including Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama and the World of Norfolk Exhibit.