Some of our favourite places
Links To Other Websites
Below you’ll find links to websites that we think you might find interesting. Some are concerned with World War II history, others with tourism in Vanuatu and the South Pacific region, while some are the websites of the key supporters of the Museum project. We will add to these over time, but for the moment enjoy what we’ve put up already.
B-24 Liberator Memorial Australia – Restoring Australia’s only surviving B-24 Liberator.
Espiritu Santo tourism organisation – The tourism association based on the island of Espiritu Santo.
Santo Travel – The Santo Travel Center (Information and call centre).
Wrecks to Rainforests – Discover all the excitement of Vanuatu through a local travel agent.
The Australian War Memorial – The AWM in Canberra features an enormous collection regarding the war in the Pacific.
Imperial War Museum – The IWM in London displays one of the most extensive displays of modern warfare in the world.
War in the Pacific – The New Zealand Government’s history website told from a New Zealand point of view.
Broken Wings – Documentary film makers attempting to locate buried aircraft in Australia and lost aircraft in Vanuatu.
TUI fly – the world’s largest charter airline group flying from Sweden directly to over 40 worldwide destinations.
The New Zealand Government maintains a fascinating website covering just about every aspect of New Zealand history.
From people and places, to events and culture, entertainment, politics and of course its role in war. And while the section on the the Pacific War is of most interest to the Museum given the number of New Zealanders stationed on Santo, the entire website is a fascinating journey through a rich and remarkable history. Click on the picture to visit the website.