BLACK, WHITE AND A DASH OF RED: The Red Hatters take part in a Convict Night event on Norfolk Island.
BLACK, WHITE AND A DASH OF RED: The Red Hatters take part in a Convict Night event on Norfolk Island.

Little red hats mean very big fun for travelling ladies

THE Bounty Babes of Norfolk Island hosted a group of 50 Red Hatters from all over Australia and New Zealand for a week of fun and frivolity.

It was the seventh year the event has been held. The welcome to Norfolk Island was put on by the Administrator Gary and his wife Lorraine with drinks and canapes served on the lawn of Government House. We were so well looked after.

If you wanted anything else all you had to do was ask. Norfolk Island was such a beautiful island and so clean.

We had a very full itinerary for the week and were so tired at the end of it.

The islanders were so lovely and helpful and the food was so fresh. There was so much to do.

Hatters enjoyed high tea on a clifftop, a walk in the wild, mini golf, plenty of Devonshire teas and a visit to a cheese farm that served fantastic creamy cheeses and wine.

That tells you a little of what went on. Thank you, Bounty Babes, we had a great time.


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