This page offers accommodation in the largest, but least populated province in Papua New Guinea. Covering an area over 99,000 kilometres, The Western Province borders West Papua (Indonesia) and runs north along the Fly River to the West Sepik boundary, and to the east, the Southern Highlands and Gulf Provinces.
The provincial capital is Daru, an island and fishing town to the south. In the north, the famous Ok Tedi mine operates out of Tabubil, which along with with Kiunga, Fly and Kwato Rivers, very popular with birdwatchers and Papuan Black Bass fishermen. The recently opended Lake Murray Lodge is nestled on the edge of PNG’s largest lake, which covers over 2000 kilometres. The Bensbach River area is popular with Barramundi fishermen, and is also home to deer, geese, pelicans and other wildlife species.