Cenderawasih Bay (Indonesian: Teluk Cenderawasih, means : Bird of Paradise Bay), also Teluk Sarera (Sarera Bay), formerly Geelvink Bay (Dutch: Geelvinkbaai) is a large bay in northern Province of Papua and West Papua, New Guinea, Indonesia, at 2.5°S 135.3°E / -2.5; 135.3. The Dutch name comes from a Dutch ship and family called Geelvinck. The western part of the bay was declared a marine national park in 2002.
Teluk Cenderawasih National Park is located in the Teluk Cenderawasih.
Cenderawasih Bay Wikipedia
West Papua Province:Auri Islands archipelago (Kepulauan Auri)
Papua Province:Biak Islands (aka Schouten archipelago):
Padaido Islands (Kepulauan Padaido)
Ambai Islands (Kepulauan Ambai)
Kuran Islands (Kepulauan Kuran)
Moor Islands archipelago (Kepulauan Moor)
The Wamma River, Tabai River, Warenai River, and Wapoga River empty into the Bay.
The Mapia Islands lie to the north, and south of Palau. Bird's Head Peninsula borders the northwest part of the Bay.