4° 16' 0S Long 144° 58' 0E Bogia is located to the southeast of Hansa
Bay along the North Coast Road. Offshore is Kolakola Island.
During 1943 occupied by the Japanese Army and used as an outpost
area between the larger bases of Hansa Bay and Madang. As Australian troops advanced from the south, the Japanese withdrew from the area during May 1944.
missions against Bogia
March 27, 1943 -
Outside, there is an anti-aircraft gun and anchor on display. They
were brought to Bogia
PNG independence for display at the district headquarters for this
area of Madang Province.
88 75mm Anti-Aircraft
the Awar area, no serial number is visible.
88 75mm Anti-Aircraft Serial
the Awar area
Located off Bogia, formed by two blights, separated by a tongue of land with two small islets in the harbor: Kolakola Island and Reamuna Island.
Ditched upside down
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February 4, 2018