Lunn Island

Lunn Island
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Lunn Island is located in Papua New Guinea
Lunn Island
Lunn Island
Geography
LocationOceania
Coordinates10°47′13″S 152°0′8″E / 10.78694°S 152.00222°E / -10.78694; 152.00222Coordinates: 10°47′13″S 152°0′8″E / 10.78694°S 152.00222°E / -10.78694; 152.00222[1]
ArchipelagoLouisiade Archipelago
Adjacent bodies of waterSolomon Sea
Total islands1
Major islands
  • Lunn
Area0.51 km2 (0.20 sq mi)
Length1.15 km (0.715 mi)
Width0.55 km (0.342 mi)
Administration
Province Milne Bay
DistrictSamarai-Murua District
LLG [2]Bwanabwana Rural LLG
WardConflict Group
Demographics
Population0 (2014)
Pop. density0 /km2 (0 /sq mi)
Ethnic groupsPapauans, Austronesians, Melanesians.
Additional information
Time zone
ISO codePG-MBA
Official websitewww.ncdc.gov.pg

Lunn Island is a solitary island of Papua New Guinea in the Solomon Sea, belonging to the Louisiade Archipelago. It belongs to Milne Bay Province, to the ward of Conflict Group and is located between the Engineer Group, which is 8.3 kilometres (5.2 miles) to the west, and the Torlesse Islands, which are 18.3 kilometres (11.4 miles) to the east. The Deboyne Islands are another 22 kilometres (14 miles) eastward.

Lunn Island is uninhabited, densely wooded and has a land area of 51 hectares (130 acres). It is 1.14 kilometres (1,250 yards) long and up to 550 metres (600 yards) wide.

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