Wasu, Papua New Guinea

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Wasu is a town in Papua New Guinea. It is the capital of Tewae-Siassi District in Morobe Province, and is located on the Huon Peninsula. Wasu also serves as a gateway town for the Kabwum District.

Wasu is also a small town that serves all of Kabwum District, Tewae Siassi District and part of Madang Province.

The town was established in the early 1900s when the first Lutheran Missionaries came. Wasu was used as their port.


5°57′40″S 147°11′40″E / 5.961016°S 147.194309°E / -5.961016; 147.194309