Papua New Guinea, High Commission of

Landmarks and Buildings

Opened in 1981, the High Commission takes the form of a Haus Tambaran or Spirit House. Traditionally, the Haus Tambaran was a meeting place for tribal elders. It was also a storehouse for sacred objects. The vivid gable depicting stylised images of clan ancestors, was painted by students from the National Art School in Port Moresby.

Facilities

Disabled access available International Public Toilet

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Free tour in progress

Free Daily Tour of the National Gallery of Australia

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Gorman Arts Centre Courtyard

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