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We had a wonderful couple of hours being shown around this village, by Dinti (I think that is how... read more

Reviewed yesterday
LesleyandBarry
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Wollongong, Australia
Absolutely fascinating!

Original and genuine buildings and artefacts,with a very knowledgeable explanation and guided tour... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2017
suealanaitken
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Norfolk Island, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday

We had a wonderful couple of hours being shown around this village, by Dinti (I think that is how you spell her name) from the welcome narrative to being driven in the old ford truck, around the homestead, the food that is still grown and...More

Thank LesleyandBarry
Reviewed 26 October 2017

Original and genuine buildings and artefacts,with a very knowledgeable explanation and guided tour. This 13 acre property as allocated to a female Pitcairn descendant, produces an amazing variety of crops and unfamiliar foodstuffs.

Thank suealanaitken
Reviewed 24 October 2017

The film, bus ride and tour of the property were very informative. The two guides were interesting and it was a really fun visit. We combined this tour with the cyclorama and lunch at Hillis. A great day.

Thank jandabradbury
Reviewed 2 September 2017

Set on Marie Bailey's original settler's property where you can see and hear the history of how they lived, who else lived there during WWll, through to a self sustainable property today. With George Bailey's inventions, an innovative man who was an engineer and blacksmith....More

Thank lynw50
Reviewed 12 July 2017

This was a great insight into the way life was when the Pitcairn Islanders moved to Norfolk. The old house still in its original state and the still working blacksmiths shed were fabulous. The tour was fun and informative and I really enjoyed it.

Thank pat542
Reviewed 23 May 2017

A very historic and unique ride into the past. Pitcairn and Norfolk through the eyes of an established family on the island. Their home, their gardens and interests. Very personal insight to life then and now. A lovely cuppa to finish off the visit.

Thank familymego
Reviewed 30 April 2017

The village is hidden away behind Hilli's and La Perouse - You wouldn't know there was so much history just metres away. Dinty showed us around the house and extensive food gardens. We saw many foods growing for the first time and it was so...More

Thank atripadviserguest
Reviewed 25 April 2017

The tour of this Village is led by a descendant of the original family that built it and so it was a "my grandfather ..." etc. story, which we found much more genuine that the kind of talk which is often given in these places...More

Thank Bruce F
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

We came as a family of 9 to the tour and it was amazing for all of us! Dinty was the host for us and her knowledge as well as story telling skills are incredible! She made this tour and day very special for all...More

Thank Elisa H
Reviewed 7 April 2017

The guides were amazingly knowledgeable and interesting. Part of the trip is inside, then you get a trip round the grounds in the original flat bed truck used for tourists to the island. Throw in free tea and coffee and nibbles as well, and this...More

Thank HKinsey
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