|Adjacent bodies of water||Coral Sea|
|Area||4.1 km2 (1.6 sq mi)|
|LLG ||Alotau Rural Local Level Government Area|
|Island Group||Brumer Islands|
Badila Bedda Bedda Bonarua
|Population||160 (as of 2000)|
|Ethnic groups||Papauans, Austronesians, Melanesians.|
|ISO Code = PG-MBA|
Brumer Islands are an island group of Papua New Guinea.
The islands are located off the southeast coast of New Guinea, about 10 km from the South Cape. Badila Bedda Bedda Bonarua (2,49 km²), is the westernmost island of the group. it is long and narrow, and extends over 14 km from northeast to southwest. It is dense with coconut forests and other trees. The soil is fertile. In the valleys, many fenced fields of the farmers who raise bananas and sugar cane can be seen. At its highest point, Mount Bonarua, it reaches 120 m. There is a light beacon on the southwest cape of the island. Harikoia, the second largest island (1,32 km²) is located east of Badila Bedda Bedda Bonarua, it is higher and reaches 165 m. The other islands of the group, including Ahana rock, are all located southeast of Harikoia. The islands belong to Alotau LLG, and are not related to Louisiade archipelago.
At the time of the 2000 census the population of the group was 160, all in the only village on the main island Bonarua.
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- Prostar Sailing Directions 2004 New Guinea Enroute, p. 168
- LLG map
- Justo, Zaragoza "Descubrimientos de los españoles en el Mar del Sur y en las costas de la Nueva Guinea" Boletín de Sociedad Geográfica de Madrid, t.IV. 1º semestre 1878, Madrid, p.60.
- Archive copy at the Wayback Machine
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