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Momi Bay Gun Site

Momi Bay Gun Site

Momi Bay Gun Site

Momi Bay Gun Site (Momi Bay, Fiji Island) – located three hours (178 km) west of Suva, this site is a reminder of Fiji’s place in World War II history. In 1941, New Zealand forces installed two 6-inch guns in this area to protect Fiji against the Japanese. This site has an unobstructed view out to the reef and the reef break – the only area where ships can enter into Western Fiji.

Visitors can go through the gun site and the old barracks to learn more about Fiji’s role in World War II. One can also enjoy the incredible views out to nearby Mamanuca Islands. Hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (daily, including holidays).