Kavieng Airport (IATA: KVG, ICAO: AYKV) is located in Kavieng, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea and is located approximately 1 km away from the town centre.
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Kadovar Island is a volcanic island northeast of Papua New Guinea.
Between 9 March and 5 April 1942 during World War II, forces of the Empire of Japan occupied the islands of Buka and Bougainville in the South Pacific. At that time these islands were part of the Australian-administered Territory of New Guinea.
Gusap Airport is a general aviation airport in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. (IATA: GAP) located at the base of the Finisterre Range.
Finschhafen is a district on the northeast coast of the Morobe province of Papua New Guinea.
Finschhafen Airport is a general aviation airport in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. (IATA: FIN, ICAO: AYFI). It is located on the south-east tip of Huon Peninsula at Finschafen. A half mile inland, parallel to Schneider Harbor, with Dregerhaffen…
Collingwood Bay is a bay on the coast of Oro Province, Papua New Guinea.
Astrolabe Bay is a large body of water off the south coast of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea, located at (5.35°S 145.9166667°E). It is a part of the Bismarck Sea and stretches from the Cape Iris in the south to the Cape Croisilles to the north. I…
Asaro River is a river in Eastern Highlands province, Papua New Guinea, located at (6.3666667°S 145.2°E).
Ambunti is a town in East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea.
The Alamblak language is spoken in the Angoram District of East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea.
Abau Airport (IATA: ABW) is an airport in Abau, Papua New Guinea.
The 2009 New Ireland earthquake was a 6.7 Mw earthquake that occurred on June 23, 2009 at 14:19 UTC (June 24, 2009 00:19:16 local time), 104 km south east of New Ireland Province, Papua New Guinea.
The 2008 Papua New Guinea floods displaced roughly 75,000 people located in Papua New Guinea, prompting an international response to provide support for the region.
The 1970 New Guinea earthquake struck the eponymous island and shocked the city of Madang on October 31. Causing between five and fifteen fatalities, it rocked the island and sent landslides cascading down steep hills into poorly reinforced wooden h…
Vivigani Airfield (IATA: VIV) was an airstrip at Vivigani on Goodenough Island, part of the D'Entrecasteaux Islands in Papua New Guinea.
Tsili Tsili (Tsile-Tsile) Airfield is a former World War II airfield in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
The Tami Islands are a small island group located 13 km SSE of Finschhafen in the Huon Gulf (see also Solomon Sea).
Stockholm Airport is an airport in Stockholm, Papua New Guinea.
The Saruwaged Range (also Saruwared, Sarawaket or Sarawaget) is a mountain range on the Huon Peninsula in Morobe Province, north-eastern Papua New Guinea.
Rogers Airfield (also known as 30-Mile Drome) is a former World War II airfield near Redscar Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Nissan Island Airport (IATA: IIS, ICAO: AYIA) is an airfield serving Nissan Island, in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea.
The National Library of Papua New Guinea is, as its name suggests, the national library of Papua New Guinea.
Mendi Airport is an airport in Mendi, Papua New Guinea (IATA: MDU, ICAO: AYMN).
Loloru is a pyroclastic shield volcano located in the southern part of the island of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea.
Lakena is an islet of Nanumea atoll, Tuvalu.
The Kumusi River (also known as the Kamusi River) is a river located in the Oro Province of Papua New Guinea. Known for its width and its strength, the Kumusi has had a significant impact on the history of the Oro Province.
Kiunga Airport is an airport in Kiunga, Papua New Guinea.
Kimbe Bay is a large bay in West New Britain Province, off the northern coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea, at (5.1666667°S 150.5°E). Kimbe Bay is an important biodiversity hotspot. 60 percent of the coral species of the entire Indo-Pacific regi…
Kila Airfield (also known as Kila Kila Airfield and 3-Mile Drome) is a former World War II airfield near Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
Kerema Airport is an airport in Kerema, Papua New Guinea (IATA: KMA, ICAO: AYKM).
Kelanoa Harbour is a harbour on the north coast of Huon Peninsula, Papua New Guinea serving the town of Kelanoa. It is a large bay with an impenetrable reef and a small island.
Kandrian is the headquarters of Kandrian-Gloucester District, West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea.
Jacquinot Bay Airport (IATA: JAQ, ICAO: AYJB) is an airport near Jacquinot Bay in the East New Britain Province on the island of New Britain in Papua New Guinea.
The Hindenburg Range is a mountain range in western Papua New Guinea, stretching from the Star Mountains to the east, at about (5.25°S 141.3833333°E).
Guasopa Airport (IATA: GAZ, ICAO: AYGJ), is an airport at Guasopa on Woodlark Island, in the Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea.