|Country||Capital with number of residents|
|Australia||Canberra 365,000 (2011)|
|Fiji||Suva 94,000 (on the island of Viti Levu, 2017)|
|Kiribati||capital atoll Tarawa about 45,700 (2015)|
|Marshall Islands||the atoll Majuro acts as the capital (economic and administrative center is the municipality of Delap-Uliga-Darrit on the same atoll)|
|Micronesia Federation||Palikir (in the state of Pohnpei) 7,900 (2013)|
|Nauru||There are no cities but the Yaren district is the administrative center|
|New Zealand||Wellington 398,000 (2015)|
|Palau||Ngerulmud 277 (in the state of Melekeok on Babeldaob) (2018)|
|Papua New Guinea||Port Moresby 382 500 (with suburbs, 2020)|
|Solomon Islands||Honiara 81 800 (2018)|
|Samoa||Apia 37 391 (2016)|
|Tonga||Nuku’alofa 23 221 (2016)|
|Tuvalu||Funafuti 6 320 (2017)|
|Vanuatu||Port Vila 51,400 (2016)|
Canberra has been the capital of Australia since 1927. The city was practically planned on the drawing board and is therefore a very young city. It is located on a 600 meter high highland in the middle of bushland. If you travel to the capital of Australia, you will only find the Australian Parliament in Canberra , but also many museums and attractions such as the National Museum of Australia . The Australian Prime Minister also has his seat here. Galleries, theaters, universities and much more have also found their place in Canberra.
Tuvalu: Funafuti atoll
The capital is the Funafuti atoll .
Vanuatu: Port Vila
The capital of the country is called Port Vila . It is located on the island of Éfaté, which is the third largest island in the country with 915 square kilometers. Port Vila is the country’s economic center. Many cruise ships from Australia land here. In addition to the port, there is also an airport that is important for the country. Around 50,000 people live in the capital.