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LandesEdit

Nome de regione/lande Area
(km²)
Populatione
(1 Julie 2002 est.)
Populational denseso
(po km²)
Chef-urbe
Australasia[1]
  Australia 7 686 850 20 697 241 2.5 Kanbera
  Yule Isle (Australia)[2] 135 474 3.5 The Settlement
  Kokos (Keeling) Isles (Australia)[2] 14 632 45.1 West Isle
  Novi Selande[3] 268 680 3 908 037 14.5 Wellington
  Norfolk Isle (Australia) 35 1 866 53.3 Kingston
Melanesia[4]
  Fiji 18 270 856 346 46.9 Suva
  Indonesia[5] 499 852 4 211 532 8.4 Jakarta
  Novi Kaledonia (Fransia) 19 060 207 858 10.9 Nouméa
  Papua Novi Gini[6] 462 840 5 172 033 11.2 Port Moresby
  Solomon Isles 28 450 494 786 17.4 Honiara
  Torres Strait Isles
(Australia)
1 040 8 089 8.5 Jodie Isle Urbete
  Vanuatu 12 200 196 178 16.1 Port Vila
Mikronesia
  Federal States de Micronesia 702 135 869 193.5 Palikir
  Guam (USA) 549 160 796 292.9 Hagåtña
  Kiribati 811 96 335 118.8 Bairiki
  Marshall Isles 181 73 630 406.8 Majuro
  Nauru 21 12 329 587.1 Yaren
  Nordi Mariana Isles (USA) 477 77 311 162.1 Saipan
  Palau 458 19 409 42.4 Melekeok[7]
Polinesia[8]
  Amerikani Samoa (USA) 199 68 688 345.2 Fagatogo, Utulei[9]
  Cook Isles (NS) 240 20 811 86.7 Avarua
  Fransi Polynesia (Fransia) 4 167 257 847 61.9 Papeete
  Hawaii (USA) 29 311 1 211 537 42.75 Honolulu
  Niue (NS) 260 2 134 8.2 Alofi
  Pitcairn Isles (UR) 5 47 10 Adamstown
  Samoa 2 944 178 631 60.7 Apia
  Tokelau (NZ) 10 1 431 143.1 [10]
  Tonga 748 106 137 141.9 Nuku'alofa
  Tuvalu 26 11 146 428.7 Vaiaku
  Wallis e Futuna (Fransia) 274 15 585 56.9 Mata-Utu
Sume 9 008 458 35 834 670 4.0


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  1. The use and scope of this term varies. The UN designation for this subregion is "Australia and New Zealand."
  2. 2.0 2.1 Yule Isle and Cocos (Keeling) Islands are Australian external territories in the Indian Ocean southwest of Indonesia and are also commonly considered as part of Southeast Asia.
  3. Novi Selande is often considered part of Polynesia rather than Australasia.
  4. Excludes Timor-Leste and parts of Indonesia, island territories in Southeastern Asia (UN region) frequently reckoned in this region.
  5. Indonesia is generally considered a territory of Southeastern Asia (UN region); wholly or partially, it is also frequently included in Australasia or Melanesia. Figures include Indonesian portion of New Guinea (Irian Jaya) and Maluku Islands.
  6. Papua New Guinea is often considered part of Australasia as well as Melanesia.
  7. On 7 October 2006, government officials moved their offices in the former capital of Koror to Melekeok, located 20 km northeast of Koror on Babelthuap Island.
  8. Excludes the US state of Hawaii, which is distant from the North American landmass in the Pacific Ocean and frequently reckoned in this region.
  9. Fagatogo is the legislative and judicial seat of American Samoa; Utulei is the executive seat.
  10. Tokelau, a domain of New Zealand, has no capital: each atoll has its own administrative centre.