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Regions in Oceania


Regions in Oceania

Australia, New Zealand, and Papua New Guinea are by far the largest countries in the continent and the former two the most visited by travellers. Oceania also includes the vast island nation groupings of Polynesia to the far east, Melanesia in the west and Micronesia to the north.
Australia
The largest and most populous country in Oceania.
New Zealand
A major destination, second to Australia in size. Well-developed facilities for travelers. Technically part of Polynesia as the native Maori peoples are Polynesian.
Papua New Guinea
Tropical rainforest, great scenery and culture. An adventurous, rarely visited, travel destination.
Polynesia
No other name quite conjures up images of paradise like this one. Stunning paradisaical islands sprawling for thousands of miles across the remote South Pacific.
Melanesia
Closely related to the ethno-cultural makeup of the oft-included Papua New Guinea, Melanesia is home to the always popular destination of Fiji.
Micronesia
The tiny Micronesian islands fall on or north of the Equator, and see less tourist and business travel than the rest of the island groupings. If looking for a really pretty destination, aim for Palau.


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