"The PNG Immigration and Citizenship Service Authority also advised that since the Supreme Court ruling, 22 refugees and 2 non-refugees have indicated they want to move immediately to the new facilities".
Mr Boochani, a refugee on Manus Island who has reported on the men's plight on social media and elsewhere, said they were still refusing to leave after receiving the notice.
Video obtained by activist GetUp group shows men sleeping outside on tables in an attempt to escape sweltering conditions inside cramped shipping containers.
The men remaining in the centre are surviving in squalid conditions, without water or electricity, more than a week after the compound closed.
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That facility was closed more than a week ago after the PNG Supreme Court ruled past year it was unconstitutional, and authorities have warned they will move in using force if necessary if those remaining do not leave by the weekend.
"Australia maintains the responsibility of finding durable outcomes for persons who can not reside or remain in PNG".
They've been offered accommodation at other facilities but say they won't leave until they can be resettled in a third country.
Cabinet Minister Christopher Pyne has dismissed concerns about the Manus Island stand-off, saying the refugees who remain in the centre are squatting.
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Non-refugees are to move to the Hillside Haus where they "will be given three meals a day" and a shared room.
Threats of using force against detainees at the Manus Island detention centre are unprecedented and potentially highly risky, Greens Immigration spokesperson Nick McKim says.
When questioned about the risk of being arrested during the stunt, Ms Matchett said, "every single climber up there thought that this was a risk that they were willing to take because there are 600 men on Manus Island starving, dehydrating, fearing for their safety and we believe Australia has become a world leader in cruelty".
"The police already, they beat some of the refugees and the local people". The camp was closed on Oct 31 and water and power have been cut off.
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Support will be provided for those willing to settle in PNG while non-refugees can voluntarily return home or face involuntary removal because they have no lawful right to stay in PNG.