New Guinea Club & Rabaul Museum
Admiral Yamamoto’s Bunker
There are tunnels and caverns in the hillsides around Rabaul. Admiral Yamamoto’s Bunker is interesting though austere, and the placards...
Rabaul Adventure & Historical Tours
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Rabaul Hotel offers great and affordable possibilities, including local WWII heritage trips, hot-spring dips, village stays,...
Queen Emma Restaurant
Don't let the swinging '70s frilly curtains and neon lighting bring you down. This good honest restaurant serves good honest meals. If...
Lonely Planet review
Just next door to the bunker is New Guinea Club and Rabaul Museum. Established in 1933, this club was a businessmen’s club with strict guidelines for membership. It was destroyed in WWII and rebuilt in the 1950s to its former glory, only to be destroyed again by fire in 1994. It has been partly restored and is now home to a small museum. Ask at the Rabaul Hotel for the key.