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Countries in Oceania

List of countries in Oceania.

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Australia is both a continent and a country in the southern hemisphere. The capital of Australia is Canberra. People in Australia speak English.
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Fiji is an island country north of New Zealand. The capital of Fiji is Suva.
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Indonesia is a country that spans a large number of islands north of Australia. Some of the larger islands have other countries on them too, such as Papua New Guinea, East Timor and Malaysia. The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta. People in Indonesia speak Indonesian.
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Kiribati is an island country located in the central Pacific Ocean. The capital of Kiribati is South Tarawa. People in Kiribati speak English and Gilbertese.
The Marshall Islands is an island country located near the equator in the Pacific Ocean. The capital of the Marshall Islands is Majuro. People in the Marshall Islands speak English and Marshallese.
Micronesia is an island country located in Oceania. The capital of Micronesia is Palikir. People in Micronesia speak English.
New Zealand is a country spread across several islands south east of Australia. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington.
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Palau is an island nation north of Australia. The capital of Palau is Melekeok.
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Papua New Guinea is a country that occupies part of New Guinea, an island north of Australia. The capital of Papua New Guinea is Port Moresby.
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Tonga is a group of islands north of New Zealand. The capital of Tonga is Nuku Ľalofa.