Morobe Province Travel Guide

  • Markham River valley aerial scene just outside Lae
    Markham River valley aerial scene just...
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  • The 'Remains' of the No. 5 Dredge
    The 'Remains' of the No. 5 Dredge
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  • the old guns left by the Japanese during WWII
    the old guns left by the Japanese during...
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  • Street Shopping for local handicrafts...

    Lae Shopping

    In front of Chemcare and Huon Gulf Pharmacies, from Monday to Saturday, local crafts-people sell their wares. From bilums to baskets and necklaces to carvings there is a wide variety of items to choose from. This is the best place in Lae to buy bilums; local string bags (made using the same ancient method as the Aboriginies make Dili bags),...

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    Lae Hotels

    Second Street, Nadzab Pg, Lae, 411, Papua New Guinea

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Setting up house

    Lae Shopping

    Brian Bell is the alpha and the omega of homewares in Lae. This is where you can get the best and the most expensive. If you are going into the field; Brian Bell is a Coleman dealer and you will find a limited selection of camping products. If you are serious about "going bush", do not rely on PNG suppliers for your equipment. Seasoned travellers...



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    by member007 Written Nov 19, 2004

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    BEWARE of the DoDo Bird. They are not very bright. Infact , they do not know how to land on their feet , so when they attempt their landing they pretty much just plow face first and roll a few feet. Its quite entertaining to watch, but can be dangerous if one is flying at your head.

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  • Interior Close-ups

    Bulolo Things to Do

    This photo shows my Papuan and Australian travelling companions topside on the Dredge, admiring the valley scenery as the Watut River meanders by. Note the heavy steel cables and reels used for controlling the various booms on the rig. All eight of these gold dredges were assembled from pieces flown in by Junkers G-31 tri-motor airplanes. There...

  • Gold Dredge No. 5

    Bulolo Things to Do

    This is a back-end view of the No. 5 Dredge, which was completed in 1937 and finally ceased operations in 1965. The large conveyor belt boom sticking out this back end was used to carry the material scooped up at the front end by a series of buckets. On the left side, the cable that is visible running up to one of the upright pillars was used to...

  • Outside Upper Baiune Power Station

    Bulolo Off The Beaten Path

    Oh it was a great job, getting to fly all over this amazing country and meet with both the locals and expatriates who had been here for years. I knew I had it good flying off to the coral atolls, volcanic harbours, rain forests, snow-capped mountains and wide, lazy rivers to deal with whatever the problem was this week! Here, I am just enjoying...


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