Norfolk island's isolation has allowed plant and animals to develop here that are found nowhere else in the world. Norfolk island is home to around 200 native plants, including more that 40 which are only found here.
Before European settlement, subtropical rainforest covered almost the entire island. Norfolk island National Park and Botanic Garden now contain most of the island's remaining natural areas, making them a vital refuge for conserving the island's plants and animals.
Take a look as you wander through the park and botanic garden and discover the wonders of the island's plants for yourself.