The Bounty Museum

While modest in size, the museum's offerings are expansive, featuring everything from Bounty memorabilia to chilling antique medical instruments. Lose yourself in the handwritten research books and immerse yourself in the captivating narratives of Norfolk Island's bygone eras.


The museum also boasts an impressive replica of the HMAV Bounty Launch, a testament to Captain Bligh's legendary voyage, direct from the Maritime Museum UK. A visit to the Bounty Museum promises not only insight into historical events but also a glimpse into the island's everyday life, making it an essential stop for anyone embarking on a Norfolk Island adventure.

About Bounty Museum

Situated at the intersection of Queen Elizabeth Avenue and Middlegate Road, the museum stands as the heart of Norfolk Island's cultural landscape. Housed within one of the island's oldest structures, dating back to 1916, it has earned its reputation as the people's museum.


As a civic institution dedicated to Norfolk's heritage, the Bounty Museum offers a captivating journey through the island's past. Delve into the intricacies of Norfolk Island life through an array of artifacts and exhibits, carefully curated to provide a comprehensive understanding of its history.


The Bounty Museum Norfolk Island. The Bounty Boat Replica.
The Bounty Museum Norfolk Island. A bed, old dresser and mirror and clothing.

Open 7 days a week

10am to 4pm

Corner of Queen Elizabeth Avenue and Middlegate Road


Bounty Museum

P.O Box 69

Norfolk Island

NSW 2899

Phone: 53961

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