BPNG has only one office premises in PNG, located in the capital, Port Moresby. The BPNG building is called ToRobert Haus, named after the first Governor of the Central Bank. The state-of-art building was constructed at a cost of K16 million between 1988 and 1991. It covers eight floors and housed all of BPNG’s various departments. It is located at Douglas street, downtown Port Moresby, next to the old building which BPNG inherited from the Reserve Bank of Australia’s Port Moresby (and PNG) branch office in November 1973. ToRobert Haus was officially opened by the then Prime Minister Sir Rabbie Namiliu, on 1st November 1991.