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Top Choice Art in Wewak

Ralf Stüttgen’s Place

Ralf's house, on a 400m ridge overlooking the coast at Tower (a radio mast), 15km inland from Wewak, overflows with Sepik carvings, collected over a lifetime from 50 different villages. Even if you don’t buy somethi…
Top Choice International in Wewak

Vanilla Room

The Vanilla Room is hands down the best restaurant in town, serving such culinary delights as seared yellow-fin tuna or chicken in green coconut curry. Look out for daily specials, including the terrific giant fresh…
Top Choice Island in Muschu Island

Yuo Island

This small island has delightful picture-perfect beaches under coconut trees, a couple of decent waves if you bring your own surfboard and paddle out to sea, and super-clean water for snorkelling. It's about 20 minu…
Top Choice Cultural in Wewak

Garamut & Mamba Festival

Wewak’s garamut (drum) and mamba (bamboo flute) fest is usually held on the first weekend of September, and features song and dance as well as yam-planting ceremonies.
Memorial in Cape Wom

Cape Wom International Memorial Park

Fourteen kilometres west of Wewak, this is the site of a wartime airstrip and the war memorial marks the spot where Japanese Lieutenant General Adachi signed the surrender documents and handed his sword to Australia…
Art in Wewak

Sepik Surfsite Lodge

It's well worth supplementing your Sepik artefact hunt at this well-stocked shop next to the lodge. They have a large selection of carved storyboards from Kambot in the Lower Sepik, masks from Timbunke and Tambanum …
Market in Wewak

Main Market

The main market, at the west end of the town centre, is a colourful affair, with local ladies selling fresh produce, sago grubs and pungent smoked and dried fish. There are also a few bilums for sale.
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Kreer market

There are several other markets around Wewak, of which Kreer market, on the airport road just before it turns inland, is the most interesting.
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Dagua Market

There is also Dagua market which sells buai, pitpit and sometimes woven pandanus satchels.
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Chambri Market

Chambri market on Boram Rd sells buai (betel nut) and a few artefacts.