Parks & Open Spaces

Queen Victoria’s Memorial Gardens

Norfolk Island / The Pacific

The Queen Victoria’s Memorial Gardens are dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria who, in 1856, gave the island to the Pitcairn Islanders.  These gardens are family run and are situated on the property of late Marie Bailey. Bailey was a descendant from Bounty mutineers and their Tahitian wives.  Visitors are welcome to wander around the gardens.  There is a bust of Queen Victoria, contained in a glass dome in the classic timber rotunda, which also contains the history of Queen Victoria’s association with Norfolk Island.

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