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Norfolk Island Tourism and Air New Zealand Announce Agent Self Famil Program

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Travel agents are invited to discover the wonderful dining experiences, wellbeing, adventure activities and living history on Norfolk Island in their own time on a short break away alone or with a friend.

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Air New Zealand is supporting the newly announced Self Famil Program with a $179 (plus taxes) industry fare and $319 (plus taxes) friend fare for return flights ex-Sydney from 13 May to 26 August 2016 and ex-Brisbane from 14 May to 23 August 2016. On sale from 16 May to 17 June.

Local operators will be offering complimentary accommodation and experiences so guest trade partners can discover “There’s More to Norfolk Island.”

Contact Marion Belus at The Unique Tourism Collection on [email protected] for an application form requesting participation in the Norfolk Island Self Famil Program.

The mission church, St Barnabas Chapel, was built as a memorial to Bishop Patterson who was killed by natives in the Solomon Islands in 1871.

The foundation stone was laid in November 1875 but the building was not completed until June 1880.

The chapel is simply beautiful. The four windows in the apse depict the four evangelists, the seats are carved and inlaid with Christian symbols in mother-o’-pearl, polished black and white marble paves the broad aisle leading to the sanctuary, which naturally is the most beautiful portion of the chapel, with its coloured marble floor, and glittering mosaic reredos screened with richly-carved wood.

In the centre is a massive silver cross that has been made out of Bishop Patteson’s own table-silver, and this is flanked by silver candlesticks and vases of flowers.

The mission church, St Barnabas Chapel, was built as a memorial to Bishop Patterson who was killed by natives in the Solomon Islands in 1871.

The foundation stone was laid in November 1875 but the building was not completed until June 1880.

The chapel is simply beautiful. The four windows in the apse depict the four evangelists, the seats are carved and inlaid with Christian symbols in mother-o’-pearl, polished black and white marble paves the broad aisle leading to the sanctuary, which naturally is the most beautiful portion of the chapel, with its coloured marble floor, and glittering mosaic reredos screened with richly-carved wood.

In the centre is a massive silver cross that has been made out of Bishop Patteson’s own table-silver, and this is flanked by silver candlesticks and vases of flowers.

The mission church, St Barnabas Chapel, was built as a memorial to Bishop Patterson who was killed by natives in the Solomon Islands in 1871.

The foundation stone was laid in November 1875 but the building was not completed until June 1880.

The chapel is simply beautiful. The four windows in the apse depict the four evangelists, the seats are carved and inlaid with Christian symbols in mother-o’-pearl, polished black and white marble paves the broad aisle leading to the sanctuary, which naturally is the most beautiful portion of the chapel, with its coloured marble floor, and glittering mosaic reredos screened with richly-carved wood.

In the centre is a massive silver cross that has been made out of Bishop Patteson’s own table-silver, and this is flanked by silver candlesticks and vases of flowers.

www.norfolkisland.com.au

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