Welcome to the Milne Bay Province official tourism website! 

Milne Bay Tourism Services Directory

Updated Tourism Services Directory for Milne Bay Province, as of 24 Sept 2020.

2020 Cruise Ship Schedule (MBP)

The 2020 Cruise Ship Schedule for Milne Bay Province released by the MBTB.

Alotau Tourist Map

Tourist map of Alotau, the capital of Milne Bay Province. The map outlines the hospital, cruise port terminal, banks, hotels & lodges, restaurants & cafes, supermarkets & local markets, bars and nightclubs, craft shops, and police station. Compiled by Mr. Io Furuya (JICA Volunteer). 

COVID-19 Information

Key Messages and Actions for COVID-19 Prevention and Control in Schools from WHO in March 2020. 

Milne Bay Tourism Bureau Profile

Milne Bay Tourism Bureau Profile (24 Sept 2020).

MBTB FM100 Interview - Tourism in the New Normal in MBP

FM100 interview on the Talkback Show with Mr. Sioni, Manager of MBTB, and Mr. Douglas Dimagi (FM100) on 16 October 2020. 

PHAMA Vendor Guide

The PNG Handicrafts Vendor Guide designed by PHAMA (Pacific Horticultural and Agricultural Market Access) and launched in Alotau in Feb 2018. 

APEC Study on the Economic Impact of Cruise Tourism

"APEC Economic Study on the Impact of Cruise Tourism: Fostering MSMEs' Growth and Creating Sustainable Communities." A study by the Asia-Pacific Economic Corporation (APEC) Tourism Working Group and PNGTPA in April 2020. The specific cruise tourism communities/destination selected by the participating economies were:

- Australia – Broome.
- Chile – San Antonio.
- Chinese Taipei – Keelung.
Papua New Guinea – Alotau.
- Peru – Callao.

MBTA Information Pack

Milne Bay Tourism Association (MBTA) Information Pack for more information on who MBTA is and what it represents for the Tourism Sector in Milne Bay Province.

Milne Bay Province IPDP (2016-2020)

The Integrated Provincial Development Plan (IPDP) 2016-2020 for Milne Bay Province, which succeeds the IPDP (2011-2015), is an important document that complements our government's development initiatives to achieve targeted indicators in Vision 2050, Development Strategic Plan (DSP) 2010-2030, the Medium Term Development Plan 2011-2015, the National Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Policy (2015-2030), and the PNG National Population Policy 2015-2024.