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Government buildings in Oceania, in Suva, Fiji; in Canberra, Australia; in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea; in Apia, Samoa; and in Wellington, New Zealand
Government buildings (from l to r) in Suva, Fiji; Canberra, Australia; Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea; Apia, Samoa; and Wellington in New Zealand.
Images: Qiliho (Suva), Thennicke (Canberra); Steve Shattuck (Port Moresby), Michael Coghlan (Apia), Donaldytong (Wellington)

Capitals of Oceania

List of the Capital Cities of Oceania.

Map of the regions of Oceania: Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, and Australasia.
Section of a map of the regions of Oceania: Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, and Australasia.

Oceania's major Regions and Subregions
The island world of Oceania is divided into:

Australia, a country and Earth's smallest continent.
Zealandia, a microcontinent that includes the island country of New Zealand.
New Guinea, the second largest island on the planet (after Greenland),
The Pacific Islands, thousands of islands in the Pacific Ocean divided into Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.
Australasia (south of Asia) is the region encompassing Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and the surrounding islands of Melanesia.

In this area, there are the most unknown capitals of the world, or do you know Apia or Melekeok, or Palikir?
On this page, you will find the capitals of Australia/Oceania with the latest population figures of the cities.

Have a look at the cities and islands from space; for each capital, there is a searchable map and satellite view; additionally, you will find links to the official city site (if available) and more information about a city. Many nations of the South and Central Pacific are developing countries with a less developed internet infrastructure; therefore, there are fewer capitals of Oceania/Australia online.

The country links lead you to the respective country profile page.

keywords: Capital, Capital City, Capitals of Australasia, Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia
Population Source: National Statistics Bureaus and the World Urbanization Prospects: The 2018 Revision (Population of Capital Cities in 2018).

Capital City
Satellite View and Map
City Population

Capital Cities and States of Australia/Oceania

Adamstown   50 Pitcairn
Alofi   600 Niue
Apia Google Earth Apia Map 37,400 Samoa
Avarua   5,000 Cook Islands
Canberra Google Earth Canberra Map 427,000 Australia
Hagåtña (Agana) Google Earth Hagåtña Map 1,100 Guam
Funafuti (Fongafale) Google Earth Funafuti Map 6,400 Tuvalu
Honiara Google Earth Honiara Map 84,500 Solomon Islands
Majuro Google Earth Majuro Map 31,000 Marshall Islands
Ngerulmud   270 Palau
Nouméa Google Earth Nouméa Map 94,300 New Caledonia
Nuku'alofa Google Earth Nuku'alofa Map 23,000 Tonga
Pago Pago Google Earth Pago Pago 15,000 American Samoa
Palikir Google Earth Palikir Map 6,000 Micronesia
Papeete Google Earth Papeete Map 27,000 French Polynesia (Tahiti)
Port Moresby Google Earth Port Moresby Map 367,000 Papua New Guinea
Port Vila Google Earth Port Vila Map 51,000 Vanuatu
Saipan (island) Google Earth Saipan 52,200 Northern Mariana Islands
Suva Google Earth Suva Map 94,000 Fiji
(South) Tarawa** (Bairiki)   3,200 Kiribati (Kiribas)
Wellington (Te Whanganui-a-Tara) Google Earth Wellington Map 210,400 New Zealand

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**Figures are for Urban Agglomeration population


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