The South Pacific
WWII Museum

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New War In The Pacific 
Project On Google Earth

The Museum has lent its support to an exciting project from The Ocean Agency.

High Commissioners 
Support Museum Project

Museum representatives meet with the Aus & NZ High Commissioners in Vila.

Official US Charity Status Close

The South Pacific WWII Museum is close to receiving 501(c)(3) charity status.

Milton’s Coolidge Memories

Coolidge survivor Milton Staley recalls his experiences on board the ship that day.

Museum Announces Government Support

The Museum project, is now a recognised project of the Vanuatu Government.

Bob Hill new
Navara Supporter

The Navara Fund announces its latest benefactor, businessman Bob Hill.

Creating a dream

Bradley Wood, Founding Chairman of the South Pacific World War II Museum,  describes the plans for the construction of the museum in Luganville, the main town on Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu and the role he sees the museum playing.

Where to find us

The South Pacific World War II Museum will be built on the island of
Espiritu Santo, one of the islands that make up the Pacific Island nation
of Vanuatu. You can zoom in to see just where that is on the map.

Come And Experience Espiritu Santo