Army Barracks & War Memorial
The old army barracks built in 1864 are still in use.
In front of them is a memorial to those New Caledonians who died in World War I.
A few hundred metres north of the cathedral, this smaller Protestant church built in 1890 is also very nice and well worth at least a quick look from the outside.
Monuments of the City
You have also to visit the monuments of the city, but don't waste your time just in Noumea, try to travel by boat to the others isles.
- Business Travel
South of the city centre, this is the main harbour for yachts in Noumea, and the place to hire one if you can afford to.
LE PETIT TRAIN
This is a novel way of seeing the area.
Very popular with the tourists as you see a lot with no walking :)
A great way to get a good look around.
fun, enjoyable, and different.
- Family Travel