About Map :-Though there is much debate over the definition of Oceania, the Pacific Islands including Australia and New Zealand are consistently included. This map of Australia and Oceania shows the many islands that dot the Pacific Ocean, such as Vanuatu, Fiji, Tuvalu, Samoa, Marshall Islands, Nauru, and the Solomon Islands.
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Oceania also includes the thousands and thousands of coral reef islands off the coasts of these countries. Some definitions for Oceania include all the nations and territories in the Pacific Ocean between North and South America and Asia, which would also mean Taiwan and Japan were part of Oceania rather than Asia. Oceania is a not just a geographic region and ecozone, it is also a geopolitical region, defined by the United Nations to include Australia, New Zealand, and other island nations that are not generally considered part of the Asian continent.
Last Updated On : January 09, 2013
Lat Long30.0000° S, 140.0000° E
Demonym Oceanic, Oceanian
Total Area8,536,716 km2 (3,296,044 sq mi)
Largest Country Australia
Population 22.7 million
Smallest Country Nauru
Largest City Sydney
Major Language English
Time ZoneUTC+8 to UTC-6