Huon Gulf

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Huon Gulf seen from space (false color)
Map of Huon Gulf

Huon Gulf is a large gulf in eastern Papua New Guinea, at 7°00′S 147°27′E / 7.0°S 147.45°E / -7.0; 147.45. It is bordered by Huon Peninsula in the north. Both are named after French explorer Jean-Michel Huon de Kermadec. Huon Gulf is a part of the Solomon Sea. Lae, capital of the Morobe Province is located on the northern coast of the gulf.

Markham Bay forms the north-western corner of Huon Gulf, where the Markham River ends.


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