Bushwalking team lifts training regime to tackle Kokoda Track

Lazy weekends are a thing of the past for a group of Orange bushwalkers working towards tackling the Kokoda Track. The diverse bunch has just ramped up its training regime from monthly to...

The secret on the ocean floor

In the summer of 1974, a large and highly unusual ship set sail from Long Beach in California. It was heading for the middle of the Pacific where...

10 things to see and do in Papua New Guinea

Inspiration for a PNG getaway It’s a fascinating and hugely diverse country, home to world-class scuba sites, some of the most important and beautiful - tropical rainforests on...

Are we too late to save the elusive birds of this Papua New Guinea...

New Britain's birds are among the least known to science. A group of researchers ventured into the island's unforgiving wilderness to find out how these species were...

Diving Papua New Guinea

You only left the dive resort a half hour ago, but you get the feeling you are the only ones left in the world. At first, you...

YWAM’s Christmas a cultural festival

SAND, sea and a whole lot of singing will be hallmarks of a Christmas with a difference for Townsville-based volunteers in Papua New Guinea. Youth With A Mission...

PAPUA NEW GUINEA: LAND OF MYSTERIES

Intrepid explorers can expect mind-bending adventures in one of the last great wildernesses on the planet, where seashells are still used as currency and its people remain...

How travelling to Papua New Guinea changed Derrick Seeto and Wendi Chan’s perspective of...

Few parents would encourage their children to climb into the cockpit of a super car and floor the accelerator. But for Derrick Seeto and Wendi Chan, both...

Could this be one of the world’s best dive sites? Visit Papua New Guinea’s...

In and out. It should be a natural, straightforward process; something I’ve been practising all my life. But right now, only centimetres below the sun-dappled surface of...

RT Walker’s Weekend Wondering

AT THE end of 1975 I walked the Kokoda Trail (see footnote 1). Whenever I camped near a village the local custom was for them to present me...
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