Queen Victoria’s Garden
While visiting Norfolk Island’s iconic Cyclorama you’re welcome to spend some time in Queen Victoria’s Garden. Open all day, you can wander through the gardens on a self-guided garden tour and enjoy the wide array of sub-tropical plants and trees. Sit awhile in the classic timber rotunda where you will find information about Queen Victoria’s vital role in Norfolk Island’s history.
The gardens were created by the founder of the Cyclorama, Norfolk Islander Marie Bailey to honour Queen Victoria. A qualified horticulturalist, Marie has amassed a wide collection of plant species from around the world and along with local native species has established a beautiful place to appreciate nature.
Our 8th visit and this painting never ceases to amaze
One of the most beautiful exhibits I have ever seen.
The artwork is so realistic and the soundtrack brings it to life
The cyclorama is a great asset for the island and the art work presents the story of the mutiny in such a powerful manner, well worth a visit, artwork is spectacular
Awesome! Totally took our breath away.
Stunning artwork. So realistic
Amazing, really immerses one in the history
This is a must to see. I had read about it on the net and seen it in brochures, but nothing prepared me for this amazing work of art.
Beautifully done. The painting and setting is so real. It tells the story so well. This is definitely a must see. Congratulations to the artists.
An amazing piece of artwork
TEL +(6723) 23871
P.O. Box 645, Norfolk Island,
South Pacific 2899
Queen Elizabeth Avenue, Norfolk Island (cnr of Mulberry Lane)