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OC-087R.jpgOC-087 Enewetak Atoll;Eniwetok Atoll9 viewsEnewetak Atoll is a large coral atoll of 40 islands in the Pacific Ocean and with its 664 people (as of 2011) forms a legislative district of the Ralik Chain of the Marshall Islands. With a land area total less than 5.85 square kilometres (2.26 sq mi), it is no higher than 5 meters and surrounds a deep central lagoon, 80 kilometres (50 mi) in circumference. It is the second-westernmost atoll of the Ralik Chain and is 305 kilometres (190 mi) west from Bikini Atoll.
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OC-088.jpgOC-088 Borneo (East Malaysia / Brunei / Indonesia Kalimantan)9 viewsBorneo is the third-largest island in the world and the largest in Asia. At the geographic centre of Maritime Southeast Asia, in relation to major Indonesian islands, it is located north of Java, west of Sulawesi, and east of Sumatra. The island is politically divided among three countries: Malaysia and Brunei in the north, and Indonesia to the south.
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oc-112.jpgOC-112 Conway Reef9 viewsConway Reef, known since 1976 by its Fijian name Ceva-I-Ra Reef, is a coral reef of atoll type 450 km southwest of the Fiji Islands and part of the Republic of Fiji. It is 2.5 km long in an east-west direction. On the middle of the reef is a small sand cay, 1.8 meters high and about 320 metres long and 73 metres wide, with a land area of two hectares. A stranded wreck of a coaster lies 240 metres south of the centre of the cay, and the wreck of a fishing vessel (Sang Sheng 168) lies on the northeast end
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oc-112r.jpgOC-112 Conway Reef9 viewsConway Reef, known since 1976 by its Fijian name Ceva-I-Ra Reef, is a coral reef of atoll type 450 km southwest of the Fiji Islands and part of the Republic of Fiji. It is 2.5 km long in an east-west direction. On the middle of the reef is a small sand cay, 1.8 meters high and about 320 metres long and 73 metres wide, with a land area of two hectares. A stranded wreck of a coaster lies 240 metres south of the centre of the cay, and the wreck of a fishing vessel (Sang Sheng 168) lies on the northeast end
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OC-115.jpgOC-115 Trobriand Islands9 viewsThe Trobriand Islands are a 450-square-kilometre (174-square-mile) archipelago of coral atolls off the east coast of New Guinea. They are part of the nation of Papua New Guinea and are in Milne Bay Province. Most of the population of 12,000 indigenous inhabitants live on the main island of Kiriwina, which is also the location of the government station, Losuia.
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OC-115R.jpgOC-115 Trobriand Islands9 viewsThe Trobriand Islands are a 450-square-kilometre (174-square-mile) archipelago of coral atolls off the east coast of New Guinea. They are part of the nation of Papua New Guinea and are in Milne Bay Province. Most of the population of 12,000 indigenous inhabitants live on the main island of Kiriwina, which is also the location of the government station, Losuia.
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OC-132.jpgOC-132 Yap Centre group9 viewsWoleai, also known as Oleai, is a coral atoll of twenty-two islands in the eastern Caroline Islands in the Pacific Ocean, and forms a legislative district in the Yap State in the Federated States of Micronesia and is located approximately 57 kilometres (35 mi) west-northwest of Ifalik and 108 kilometres (67 mi) northeast of Eauripik. Woleai is also the name of the largest of the islets constituting the atoll, lying to the northeast. The population of the atoll was 1,081 in 2000, on an area of 4.5 km2.
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oc-182r.jpgOC-182 Ducie Island9 viewsDucie Island is an uninhabited atoll in the Pitcairn Islands. It lies 575 kilometres east of Pitcairn Island, and 300 kilometres east of Henderson Island, and has a total area of 1.5 square miles, which includes the lagoon. It is 1.5 miles long, measured northeast to southwest, and about 1 mile wide
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OC-185.jpgOC-185 Northern Territory (Arafura Sea Coast) East group9 viewsElcho Island, known to its traditional owners as Galiwin'ku,[1] is an island off the coast of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. It is located at the southern end of the Wessel Islands group located in the East Arnhem Region. Galiwin'ku is also the name of the settlement where the island's largest community lives. Elcho island formed part of the traditional lands of the Yan-nhaŋu, according to Norman Tindale. According to J. C. Jennison, the Aboriginal inhabitants were the Dhuwal, who he said called themselves the Kokalango Mala (mala=clan.)
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OC-191.jpgOC-191 Niuatoputapu Island9 viewsNiuatoputapu is a high island in the island nation of Tonga, Pacific Ocean, its highest point being at 157 m. Its name means sacred island. Older European names for the island are Traitors island or Keppel island. Niuatoputapu is located in the north of the country, 300 kilometres (190 miles) away from Vavaʻu near the border with Samoa. Its closest neighbours are the small island of Tafahi, only 9 km (5.6 mi) to the north-northeast, and the island of Niuafo'ou.
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OC-205.jpgOC-205 Woodlark group;Muyua group9 viewsWoodlark Island, known to its inhabitants simply as Woodlark or Muyua, is the main island of the Woodlark Islands archipelago, located in Milne Bay Province and the Solomon Sea, Papua New Guinea. Although no formal census has been conducted since 1990, the current population is estimated at approximately 6000 people. The wider Woodlark Islands group also consists of Madau and Nusam to the west, Nubara to the east, and the Marshall Bennett group to the southwest.
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OC-205R.jpgOC-205 Woodlark group;Muyua group9 viewsWoodlark Island, known to its inhabitants simply as Woodlark or Muyua, is the main island of the Woodlark Islands archipelago, located in Milne Bay Province and the Solomon Sea, Papua New Guinea. Although no formal census has been conducted since 1990, the current population is estimated at approximately 6000 people. The wider Woodlark Islands group also consists of Madau and Nusam to the west, Nubara to the east, and the Marshall Bennett group to the southwest.
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OC-206.jpgOC-206 Western Australia State (S.W. Coast) North group9 viewsDirk Hartog Island is an island off the Gascoyne coast of Western Australia, within the Shark Bay World Heritage Area. It is about 80 kilometres (50 miles) long and between 3 and 15 kilometres (1.9 and 9.3 miles) wide and is Western Australia's largest and most western island. It covers an area of 620 square kilometres (240 square miles) and is approximately 850 kilometres (530 miles) north of Perth. It was named after Dirk Hartog, a Dutch sea captain, who first encountered the Western Australian coastline close to the 26th parallel south latitude, which runs through the island.
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OC-206R.jpgOC-206 Western Australia State (S.W. Coast) North group9 viewsDirk Hartog Island is an island off the Gascoyne coast of Western Australia, within the Shark Bay World Heritage Area. It is about 80 kilometres (50 miles) long and between 3 and 15 kilometres (1.9 and 9.3 miles) wide and is Western Australia's largest and most western island. It covers an area of 620 square kilometres (240 square miles) and is approximately 850 kilometres (530 miles) north of Perth. It was named after Dirk Hartog, a Dutch sea captain, who first encountered the Western Australian coastline close to the 26th parallel south latitude, which runs through the island.
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OC-207.jpgOC-207 Cagayan Islands9 viewsThe Cagayan group is situated roughly 120km west of Sipalay and consists of 31 islands, of which only a few are inhabited. Their topography is flat and covered with only bushes and palm trees. The Cagayan islands are located on the 500km long and 30km wide Cagayan ridge, which connects Cagayancillo with the Tubbataha Reef and Borneo.
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OC-207R.jpgOC-207 Cagayan Islands9 viewsThe Cagayan group is situated roughly 120km west of Sipalay and consists of 31 islands, of which only a few are inhabited. Their topography is flat and covered with only bushes and palm trees. The Cagayan islands are located on the 500km long and 30km wide Cagayan ridge, which connects Cagayancillo with the Tubbataha Reef and Borneo.
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OC-208.jpgOC-208 Banggai Islands9 viewsThe Banggai Archipelago (Indonesian: Kepulauan Banggai) is a group of islands, which are located at the far eastern end of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The archipelago is surrounded by the Banda Sea's Gulf of Tolo (Teluk Tolo), and the Molucca Sea. The Peleng Straits (Selat Peleng) separate it from mainland Sulawesi.
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OC-208R.jpgOC-208 Banggai Islands9 viewsThe Banggai Archipelago (Indonesian: Kepulauan Banggai) is a group of islands, which are located at the far eastern end of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The archipelago is surrounded by the Banda Sea's Gulf of Tolo (Teluk Tolo), and the Molucca Sea. The Peleng Straits (Selat Peleng) separate it from mainland Sulawesi.
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OC-215.jpgOC-215 Mentawai Islands9 viewsThe Mentawai Islands Regency are a chain of about seventy islands and islets approximately 150 kilometres off the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia. Siberut at 4,030 square kilometres is the largest of the islands. The other major islands are Sipura, North Pagai and South Pagai.
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OC-216.jpgOC-216 Ashmore and Cartier Islands9 viewsThe Territory of Ashmore and Cartier Islands[1] is an uninhabited external territory of Australia consisting of four low-lying tropical islands in two separate reefs, and the 12 nautical mile territorial sea generated by the islands.[3] The territory is located in the Indian Ocean situated on the edge of the continental shelf, about 320 km (199 mi) off the northwest coast of Australia and 144 km (89 mi) south of the Indonesian island of Rote
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OC-238.jpgOC-238 Pukarua and Reao Atolls9 viewsReao or Natūpe is an atoll in the eastern expanses of the Tuamotu group in French Polynesia. The closest land is Pukarua Atoll, located 48 km to the WNW. Reao is 24.5 km long and its maximum width is 5 km. The whole length of its north-eastern rim is occupied by a single long island. There is no navigable pass into the lagoon. Reao Atoll's population is 351 inhabitants
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OC-238R.jpgOC-238 Pukarua and Reao Atolls9 viewsReao or Natūpe is an atoll in the eastern expanses of the Tuamotu group in French Polynesia. The closest land is Pukarua Atoll, located 48 km to the WNW. Reao is 24.5 km long and its maximum width is 5 km. The whole length of its north-eastern rim is occupied by a single long island. There is no navigable pass into the lagoon. Reao Atoll's population is 351 inhabitants
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OC-250R.jpgOC-250 Masalembu Islands9 viewsThe Masalembu Islands lie in the Java Sea to the north of Madura, about halfway between Madura and Borneo. The Madurese language is spoken on the islands. The three main islands are Masalembu Island, Masakambing Island, and Karamian Island. The land area of the district is 40.85 square km, and they had a population of 20,687 people in the 2000 census
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OC-252.jpgOC-252 Kalimantan's Coastal Islands West9 viewsTemajo Island lies 5 km offshore the western side of Borneo. The island has a small holiday resort
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OC-253.jpgOC-253 Hall Islands9 viewsThe Hall Islands are a group of two large atolls in the northern part of the state of Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia. Nomwin, the western atoll, and Murilo, the eastern one, are located about 9 km apart, being the emergent parts of a twin-lobed seamount. Murilo and Nomwin each harbor a population of more than 1,000 people. They lie roughly 100 km to the north of Chuuk Lagoon. Uninhabited East Fayu, lying 30+ km to the west of Nomwin, is sometimes included in the Halls
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OC-253R.jpgOC-253 Hall Islands9 viewsThe Hall Islands are a group of two large atolls in the northern part of the state of Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia. Nomwin, the western atoll, and Murilo, the eastern one, are located about 9 km apart, being the emergent parts of a twin-lobed seamount. Murilo and Nomwin each harbor a population of more than 1,000 people. They lie roughly 100 km to the north of Chuuk Lagoon. Uninhabited East Fayu, lying 30+ km to the west of Nomwin, is sometimes included in the Halls
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OC-260.jpgOC-260 Oroluk Atoll9 viewsOroluk Atoll is an atoll belonging to Pohnpei State in the Micronesia. Oroluk Atoll stretches from the northwest to the southeast with a length of about 32 km (20 mi) and an average width of 20 km (12 mi). The lagoon's surface is roughly 420 km2 (162 sq mi). The inhabitants of Oroluk are only between five and ten in number. They come mainly from Sector 4 of the Kapinga Village in Kolonia, Pohnpei, and tend to the plantations of bananas and taro. A supply ship generally calls into the lagoon once every 6 months.
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OC-270.jpgOC-270 Simeulue and Banyak Islands9 viewsSimeulue is an island of Indonesia, 150 kilometres (93 mi) off the west coast of Sumatra. Its capital is Sinabang. The SW facing portion of the island holds multiple world class waves and a handful of surf resorts have popped up in recent years.
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OC-271.jpgOC-271 Babar Islands9 viewsThe Babar Islands (Indonesian: Kepulauan Babar) are located in Maluku Province, Indonesia. Tepa (a town with a population of about 2,000 people) is the administrative center of the Babar Islands municipality. The topography of all the Babar islands is distinctive for their marked stepped appearance, the result of a combination of periodic uplifting of the tectonic plate. Small freighters that have contracts to carry passengers service the islands.
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OC-271R.jpgOC-271 Babar Islands9 viewsThe Babar Islands (Indonesian: Kepulauan Babar) are located in Maluku Province, Indonesia. Tepa (a town with a population of about 2,000 people) is the administrative center of the Babar Islands municipality. The topography of all the Babar islands is distinctive for their marked stepped appearance, the result of a combination of periodic uplifting of the tectonic plate. Small freighters that have contracts to carry passengers service the islands.
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OC-272.jpgOC-272 Barat Daya Islands9 viewsKisar, also known as Yotowawa, is a small island in the Southwestern Moluccas in Indonesia. It is included within the Southernmost Islands District (Kecamatan Pulau-Pulau Terselatan) within the Southwest Islands Regency of the Maluku Province; the District also includes the larger (but less populated) Romang Island further north. It is one of the 92 officially listed outlying islands of Indonesia. The principal town is Wonreli, with 6,652 inhabitants at the 2010 Census
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OC-273.jpgOC-273 Gorong and Watubela Islands9 viewsGorong archipelago is a group of islands between Watubela archipelago and Ceram in the Maluku Islands, Indonesia. Gorom, is the biggest island, with the villages of Miran (Miren) on the east coast, Ondor (Ondur) in the northwest and Hur on its southwestern coast.
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OC-284.jpgOC-284 Nukumanu Islands9 viewsNukumanu, formerly Tasman Islands, is an atoll of Papua New Guinea, located in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean, 4 degrees south of the equator. Administratively Nukumanu is part of Papua New Guinea, but it lies quite far away from the closest territory of Papua New Guinea proper, which is the coast of New Ireland island at 682 km to the west. The nearest land is Ontong Java Atoll, located only 38 km to the south of Nukumanu. The border between Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands runs between these neighboring atolls, which form a small geographic group together with the wholly submerged Roncador Reef at the southern end.
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OC-285R.jpgOC-285 Sikaiana Atoll;Stewart Islands9 viewsSikaiana (formerly called the Stewart Islands) is a small atoll 212 kilometres (132 miles) NE of Malaita in Solomon Islands in the south Pacific Ocean. It is almost 14 kilometres (8.7 miles) in length and its lagoon, known as Te Moana, is totally enclosed by the coral reef. There is no safe anchorage close to this atoll, which makes it often inaccessible to outsiders. Sikaiana's population is approximately 300 people of Polynesian descent—not of the Melanesian descent prevalent in the main Solomon Islands. It is considered by anthropologists to be a Polynesian outlier.
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oc-168r.jpgOC-168 Russell Islands9 viewsThe Russell Islands are two small islands (Pavuvu and Mbanika), as well as several islets, of volcanic origin, in the Central Province of Solomon Islands. They are located approximately 48 kilometres (30 miles) northwest of Guadalcanal. The islands are partially covered in coconut plantations, and have a copra and oil factory at Yandina (on Mbanika).
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oc-193.jpgOC-193 Western Australia State (South Coast) West Centre group9 viewsCheyne Island lies off the south west coast of Western Australia near Bremer Bay and is around 16 hectares in size. The island is uninhabited
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oc-193r.jpgOC-193 Western Australia State (South Coast) West Centre group9 viewsCheyne Island lies off the south west coast of Western Australia near Bremer Bay and is around 16 hectares in size. The island is uninhabited
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oc-234.jpgOC-234 Browse Island9 viewsBrowse Island is a small, approximately 14-hectare (35-acre), uninhabited island lying in the Timor Sea about 180 kilometres (110 mi) north-west of the Kimberley coast of north-western Australia. The island is an important nesting site for green turtles as well as seabirds. Introduced house mice are present. It is surrounded by extensive coral reefs. There is a helipad which is used by the oil and gas industry.
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oc-234r.jpgOC-234 Browse Island9 viewsBrowse Island is a small, approximately 14-hectare (35-acre), uninhabited island lying in the Timor Sea about 180 kilometres (110 mi) north-west of the Kimberley coast of north-western Australia. The island is an important nesting site for green turtles as well as seabirds. Introduced house mice are present. It is surrounded by extensive coral reefs. There is a helipad which is used by the oil and gas industry.
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