Normanby Island is a volcanic, 400 square mile (1,000 square km), L-shaped island, the southern most island in the D'Entrecasteaux Islands group.
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332 Articles of interest in Papua New Guinea
The Ninigo Islands are a group of 31 islands within the Western Islands of the Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea.
Mount Hagen (German: Hagensberg), named after the German colonial officer Curt von Hagen (1859-1897), is the second highest volcano in Papua New Guinea and on the Australian continent, ranking behind only its neighbour Mount Giluwe which is roughly …
Madang Airport (IATA: MAG, ICAO: AYMD), is an airport located in Madang, Papua New Guinea.
Lake Kutubu is a lake in the Southern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea. It lies to the east of the Kikori River, into which it eventually drains. It is about 50 km southwest of Mendi, the provincial capital. It is one of the few lakes in the c…
Kiwai Island is the largest island in the Fly River delta, Papua New Guinea. It is 59 km long along the northwest-southeast axis from Wamimuba Point in the northwest to the village of Saguane (Sanguane) in the south, and up to 9 km wide, with an ave…
The Kaniet Islands are the easternmost group islands within the Western Islands of the Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea. It consists four islands and one islet. Their coordinates are (0°56′S145°30′E), located northeast of the Hermit Islands. …
The Hermit Islands are a group of 17 islands within the Western Islands of the Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea.
Goroka Airport is an airport in Goroka, Papua New Guinea.
Gazelle Peninsula is a large peninsula in northeastern New Britain, Papua New Guinea, at (4.6°S 152°E). The peninsula was named by Georg Gustav Freiherr von Schleinitz after his ship SMS Gazelle.
Duke of York Island is the largest island of Duke of York Islands, Papua New Guinea, at (4.1666667°S 152.4666667°E).
Bougainville Strait separates Choiseul Island from Bougainville Island, the next to the northward. It was first passed through in 1768 by Louis Antoine de Bougainville, who christened it. A Lieutenant John Shortland of the Royal Navy sailed through …
The Bismarck Range is a mountain range in the central highlands of Papua New Guinea. The range is named after the German Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck.
The Battle of Porton Plantation (8–10 June 1945) took place at Porton Plantation, near the village of Soraken on Bougainville Island, in the Solomon Islands archipelago during World War II.
Aua is an island in the Bismarck Archipelago.
Wuvulu Island (also known as Mary Island, Matty, Maty Island, Tiger Island, Tiger-Inseln and Wuwulu) is part of the Western Islands of the Bismarck Archipelago in the western Pacific Ocean, part of Manus Province, Papua New Guinea. It is the western…
The Western Islands are a group of islands in the Bismarck Archipelago, part of Papua New Guinea, off the northeastern coast of New Guinea in the western Pacific Ocean.
USS McKean (DD-90/APD-5) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II.
Tufi is a town located on the south eastern peninsula of Cape Nelson, Oro Province, Papua New Guinea. Tufi is located on a tropical fjord of Cape Nelson surrounded by many uncharted reefs.
The Schouten Islands are a group of six small volcanic islands in the province of East Sepik in Papua New Guinea, north of the island of New Guinea. The group is also called Eastern Schouten Islands or Le Maire Islands to separate it from unrelated …
Sakar Island is a volcanic island northwest of New Britain in the Bismarck Sea, at (5.416667°S 148.1°E). It is a stratovolcano with a summit crater lake.
Rambutyo Island is one of the Admiralty Islands in the Bismarck Archipelago, located at (2°17′S147°49′E).
The volcano Pago is located East of Kimbe, West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea. Pago is a young post-caldera cone within the Witori Caldera. The Buru Caldera cuts the SW flank of the Witori volcano.
Losuia Airport (IATA: LSA, ICAO: AYKA) is an airport in Losuia, on the island of Kiriwina, Papua New Guinea.
The Hubert Murray Stadium was a sports venue located in Port Moresby, the capital city of Papua New Guinea. It is used for playing football and is not particularly suited to any large events. It is more comparable to a regional sporting facility tha…
Hoskins Airport is an airport in Hoskins (on the island of New Britain) in Papua New Guinea. The airport serves Kimbe - the capital of West New Britain province.
Feni Islands is an island group in Papua New Guinea, located east of New Ireland, at (4.083333°S 153.7°E). It is a part of Bismarck Archipelago.
Empress Augusta Bay is a major bay on the western side of the island of Bougainville, in Papua New Guinea, at (6°25′S155°5′E). It is a major subsistence fishing area for the people of Bougainville.
The Deboyne Islands are an atoll, composed of a group of reefs and islands in the north of the Louisiade Archipelago, Papua New Guinea. They are located 13 km (8 mi) from Misima and 5 km (3 mi) from the Torlesse Islands.
The Black Cat Track or Trail is a rough overland track in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. It runs from the village of Salamaua on the coast of the Huon Gulf, south into the mountains to the township of Wau.
Basilaki Island is an island in the Louisiade Archipelago in Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. It is located at the eastern end of the New Guinea mainland.
Babase Island is an island of the Feni Islands in Papua New Guinea, located east of New Ireland.
Ambitle is a volcanic island which, together with Babase, another volcanic island, is one of the two Feni Islands in the Bismarck Archipelago.
The 2000 New Ireland earthquakes occurred off the coast of New Ireland Province, Papua New Guinea on November 16 and 17.
Wewak Airport, also known as Boram Airport, is an airport in Wewak, Papua New Guinea.
Wards Airfield is a former World War II airfield near Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.