Papua New Guinea

“Papua New Guinea’s landscapes are as diverse as its people, with thick jungle highlands, rugged coastlines, beautiful sandy beaches where the only footprints are yours, reefs teeming with life and picture-perfect South Pacific waters. The country is also rich in wildlife such as the flamboyant bird of paradise, cassowary, tree kangaroo, crocodile, Victoria crowned pigeon (a bird the size of a cocker spaniel!), along with many corals and underwater creatures to name but a few. The most outstanding thing for me though is the wonderful, colourful and fascinating people of Papua New Guinea. ” – Product Manager and amateur photographer Polly Rusyn 

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Brisbane

Queensland’s buzzing riverside capital city is wedged between the ocean and rugged national parks. Brisbane is a cosmopolitan hub for arts and culture but still retains a close connection with nature and a classic laid-back Queensland attitude. It’s also the gateway to the wonders of the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.

With award-winning food and wine, a jam-packed events calendar, adventurous activities, scenic weekend getaways and plenty to explore all over the city, there’s always something to do.

Interesting topics. Friendly atmosphere. Good balance of conference and free time. Hospital visits very good.
– Johanne | Perioperative Nursing Conference | PNG

Alotau

Kitava

Here, one of the world’s most intact island cultures resides on one of the world’s most untouched islands, and you are among the select few who are lucky enough to experience them both.

Located in Papua New Guinea’s Milne Bay Province, Kitava is a small island off the main Trobriand Island of Kiriwina. Here life remains as it was thousands of years ago with very little external influence. The landing site is surrounded by stunning white sand beaches lined with natural shade-trees, just offshore lies the picture perfect sand atoll Nuratu Island. This truly is a slice of heaven.

Rabaul

Kiriwina Island

Here, one of the world’s most intact island cultures resides on one of the world’s most untouched islands, and you are among the select few who are lucky enough to experience them both.

Located in Papua New Guinea’s Milne Bay Province, Kiriwina is the largest and by far the most populous of the Trobriand Islands, and home to one of the most colourful and fascinating cultures on earth.

Conflict Islands

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