A vision for
Luganville

The South Pacific WWII Museum Plans Gallery

Now that the land on which the Museum will sit has been acquired, we can now concentrate on what will be built there. And it’s looking exciting. The images below are a clickable gallery of the initial conceptual plans by renowned Australian architect John Pearce of Arkitektika in Brisbane. Obviously there’s a long way to go yet, but you’d have to agree the future’s looking very exciting.

Explore Santo Further

If you’d like to see where this gallery location fits into the bigger picture of life on Espiritu Santo during World War II, we’ve created an interactive map page. There you’ll find a Google Map of the south east corner of Santo with as many locations as possible marked out for you to explore. Clicking on the image will take you there.

With your assistance, we can create one of the world’s great museums.