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Norfolk Island line dancing festival

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Norfolk Island line dancing festival

Put away your achy, breaky heart line dance fans: the Norfolk Island Line Dancing Festival is a happening thing again in 2006.

Kiwi line dance fans are on the count down to June when they step onto the stage at what is regarded as one of the biggest line dance programmes in the South Pacific.

Charismatic Australian-based New Zealand choreographer Bill Larson again leads the way to the wall for line dance fans.

Special holiday packages to the events are available from The Travel Centre in Norfolk Island from a very reasonable $753[1] per person ex Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington.

The package includes airfares, seven nights’ accommodation, seven days car hire, airport transfers and more. Airline and departure taxes are additional.

Keen line dancers can add on an optional Line Dancing Registration Kit covering a host of entertainment and dance activities including a welcoming barbecue, five dancing sessions and a souvenir shirt.

The festival runs from June 26 to July 3 and enquiries and bookings can be made through The Travel Centre on Norfolk Island with a free phone call to 0800 00 88 10 (24 hour voice mail – leave a message after hours). You can also contact the centre by email on leanne@travelcentre.nf

About Norfolk Island: Discovered by Captain Cook in 1774, Norfolk Island was first settled as a British penal colony in 1788 through to 1856. On June 8, 1856, the island was re-inhabited by a community from Pitcairn Island, descendants of the Bounty mutineers and their Tahitian companions. Known today as Norfolk Islanders, they form a majority of the 1,800 resident population. Norfolk Island is renowned for its spectacular coastal scenery, colourful history, sporting and cultural activities, convict heritage and tax-free shopping.

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Issued for Norfolk Island Tourism by Pead PR

[1] Price does not include Norfolk Island or Auckland departure taxes; prices current today are subject to change without notice.

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