Queen Emma's House
Queen Emma's Steps
From the Historical & Cultural Centre it's a short walk to the site of Queen Emma's house, Gunantambu, now occupied by of the...
East New Britain Historical & Cultural Centre
The interesting East New Britain Historical & Cultural Centre has a fine if deteriorating collection of historical objects. There...
Ralum Country Club
A mix of expats and nationals come to this laid-back spot with sea-fronting veranda. In addition to cold drinks (and darts!), Ralum has...
The Gazelle International's restaurant may not win any design awards but the food is top notch. There are tropical seafood dishes: start...
Queen Emma's House information
Head to the site of Queen Emma's house, located right where the road terminates at the Ralum Country Club. Emma Forsayth, from Samoa, started a trading business at Mioko in the Duke of York Islands in 1878 before extending her empire to include plantations, trade stores and ships. Don't hold your breath; there's not much to see of Gunantambu, her grand home, which was ruined in WWII.