Lone Pine on Point Hunter Reserve, on the south coast of the island, is another of Norfolk Island’s lovely locations for great views and is named after the lone pine tree, five feet tall, which stands proudly overlooking Emily Bay, the island’s most popular beach. Captain James Cook had made note of this tree in the 1700’s, which also appear in sketches from the 1790s, so it is a very old and cherished tree. This area was a hive of activity in the times of the convicts, who worked here in the stone quarries.
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