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Things to do in Port Moresby, PG

APEC Haus,
APEC Haus,

The Government of Papua New Guinea announced plans for the construction of the APEC Haus – a new landmark in Port Moresby.

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Bulldog Track
Bulldog Track

The Bulldog Track supply line The Bulldog Track was an important supply line and evacuation route for Australian military forces based at Wau in 1942. Even though there was an operational airfield at Wau, there was an acute shortage of transport aircraft in Papua at that time.

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Ela Beach
Ela Beach

Welcome to Ela Beach Hotel & Apartments! Meet, Stay and Play at Ela Beach Hotel and Apartments, overlooking Port Moresby's Ela Beach. Situated in close proximity to the CBD, the Hotel offers 97 well-appointed rooms and apartments (92 Hotel Rooms and 5 Apartments), including the popular Beachside Brasserie.

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Fairfax Harbour
Fairfax Harbour

He called the inner reach "Fairfax Harbour" and the other Port Moresby. [citation needed] In 1883 Queensland attempted to annex the south-eastern corner of the New Guinea Island (subsequently known as Papua), fearing that Germany would take control of the entire eastern half of the island.

Paga Hill
Paga Hill

Paga Hill Estate will be the focal point of Port Moresby. Papua New Guinea’s first comprehensively planned multi-use development, enjoyed by residents and attracting thousands of visitors and tourists to the region. Situated on 13.7 hectares of elevated waterfront land, Paga Hill is the most prominent headland in Port Moresby.

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