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OC-244R.jpgOC-244 Luzon's Coastal Islands8 viewsMindoro is the seventh largest island in the Philippines by land area with a total of 10,571 km² and with a total population of 1,331,473 as of 2015. It is located off the southwestern coast of Luzon and northeast of Palawan.
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OC-245.jpgOC-245 Sumatra's Coastal Islands North8 viewsRupat is an island in the Strait of Malacca, and forms part of Bengkalis Regency within Riau Province of Indonesia. It lies just off the eastern coast of Sumatra, across from Dumai city, from which it is separated by the Rupat Strait. Its area is 1,490 km².
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OC-245R.jpgOC-245 Sumatra's Coastal Islands North8 viewsRupat is an island in the Strait of Malacca, and forms part of Bengkalis Regency within Riau Province of Indonesia. It lies just off the eastern coast of Sumatra, across from Dumai city, from which it is separated by the Rupat Strait. Its area is 1,490 km².
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OC-246.jpgOC-246 Leti and Sermata Islands8 viewsThe Barat Daya Islands (Indonesian: Kepulauan Barat Daya) are a group of islands in the Maluku province of Indonesia. These islands are located off the eastern end of East Timor. Wetar is the largest island in the group. To the west, the Ombai Strait separates Wetar from Alor Island, part of East Nusa Tenggara. The Wetar Strait separates Wetar from Timor to the south.
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OC-247.jpgOC-247 Sabalana and Tengah Islands8 viewshe Sabalana Islands (Kepulauan Sabalana) are an Atoll in the Flores Sea in Indonesia, lying just north of the Lesser Sunda Islands, closer to Sumbawa than Sulawesi. They are west of Tanahjampea Island and north-east of the Tengah Islands (Central Islands). Administratively, the atoll belongs to the province of South Sulawesi. The total area, including the large lagoon, is 2694 km², making Sabalana one of the largest atolls by total area. The land area of the largest individual island, Pulau Sabalana, measures about 7 km², followed by Pulau Banawaja with 3 km² and Pulau Sabaru with 1.4 km².
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OC-247R.jpgOC-247 Sabalana and Tengah Islands8 viewshe Sabalana Islands (Kepulauan Sabalana) are an Atoll in the Flores Sea in Indonesia, lying just north of the Lesser Sunda Islands, closer to Sumbawa than Sulawesi. They are west of Tanahjampea Island and north-east of the Tengah Islands (Central Islands). Administratively, the atoll belongs to the province of South Sulawesi. The total area, including the large lagoon, is 2694 km², making Sabalana one of the largest atolls by total area. The land area of the largest individual island, Pulau Sabalana, measures about 7 km², followed by Pulau Banawaja with 3 km² and Pulau Sabaru with 1.4 km².
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OC-248.jpgOC-248 Sonsorol Islands8 viewsSonsorol is one of the sixteen states of Palau. The administrative center, and only village, is Dongosaru on Sonsorol island. The inhabitants speak Sonsorolese, a local Trukic language, and Palauan. Sonsorol Island, also called Dongosaro or Dongosaru, is encircled by a coral reef extending 160 to 480 m offshore. It is 2 km long north south, and up to 890 m wide in the north. It is located 1.6 km south of Fanna Island. The village of Dongosaro, which is the capital of the state, is located on the west coast. The island is thickly wooded with coconut palms and other trees. Together with Fanna, it forms the Sonsorol Islands.
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OC-248R.jpgOC-248 Sonsorol Islands8 viewsSonsorol is one of the sixteen states of Palau. The administrative center, and only village, is Dongosaru on Sonsorol island. The inhabitants speak Sonsorolese, a local Trukic language, and Palauan. Sonsorol Island, also called Dongosaro or Dongosaru, is encircled by a coral reef extending 160 to 480 m offshore. It is 2 km long north south, and up to 890 m wide in the north. It is located 1.6 km south of Fanna Island. The village of Dongosaro, which is the capital of the state, is located on the west coast. The island is thickly wooded with coconut palms and other trees. Together with Fanna, it forms the Sonsorol Islands.
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OC-249.jpgOC-249 Aru Islands8 viewsThe Aru Islands are a group of about ninety-five low-lying islands in the Maluku province of eastern Indonesia. They also form a regency of Maluku, with a land area of 8,152.42 square kilometres (3,147.67 square miles). At the 2011 Census the Regency had a population of 84,138. The islands are the easternmost in Maluku province, and are located in the Arafura Sea southwest of New Guinea and north of Australia.
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OC-250.jpgOC-249 Aru Islands8 viewsThe Aru Islands are a group of about ninety-five low-lying islands in the Maluku province of eastern Indonesia. They also form a regency of Maluku, with a land area of 8,152.42 square kilometres (3,147.67 square miles). At the 2011 Census the Regency had a population of 84,138. The islands are the easternmost in Maluku province, and are located in the Arafura Sea southwest of New Guinea and north of Australia.
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OC-251.jpgOC-251 Victoria State West group8 viewsLady Julia Percy Island, lies 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) off the coast, in the Barwon South West region of Victoria, Australia in Bass Strait. It is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) south-south-west of Yambuk, and 22 kilometres (14 mi) south-west of Port Fairy. The island is about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) in length by 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) in width, with an area of 1.33 square kilometres (0.51 sq mi), comprising a plateau, varying in height from 32–46 metres (105–151 ft) asl, surrounded by cliffs, rock platforms and reefs. It contains an important seal breeding colony.
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OC-251R.jpgOC-251 Victoria State West group8 viewsLady Julia Percy Island, lies 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) off the coast, in the Barwon South West region of Victoria, Australia in Bass Strait. It is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) south-south-west of Yambuk, and 22 kilometres (14 mi) south-west of Port Fairy. The island is about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) in length by 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) in width, with an area of 1.33 square kilometres (0.51 sq mi), comprising a plateau, varying in height from 32–46 metres (105–151 ft) asl, surrounded by cliffs, rock platforms and reefs. It contains an important seal breeding colony.
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OC-252R.jpgOC-252 Kalimantan's Coastal Islands West8 viewsTemajo Island lies 5 km offshore the western side of Borneo. The island has a small holiday resort
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OC-254.jpgOC-254 Mortlock Islands8 viewsThe Nomoi Islands, also known as Mortlock Islands, are a group of three large atolls in the state of Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia. They are located about 250 kilometres (160 miles) to the southeast of Chuuk. Satawan, the southern atoll, is the largest. Both Etal, the northern one, and Lukunor in the northeast are much smaller. They are located between 6 and 9 kilometres (3.7 and 5.6 miles) from each other.
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OC-254R.jpgOC-254 Mortlock Islands8 viewsThe Nomoi Islands, also known as Mortlock Islands, are a group of three large atolls in the state of Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia. They are located about 250 kilometres (160 miles) to the southeast of Chuuk. Satawan, the southern atoll, is the largest. Both Etal, the northern one, and Lukunor in the northeast are much smaller. They are located between 6 and 9 kilometres (3.7 and 5.6 miles) from each other.
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OC-255.jpgOC-255 Queensland State (Gulf of Carpentaria) North group8 viewsBarn Island also called Parau Island,is located on the eastern side of the Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland. The island lies just offshore and can be sighted from Umagico, Seisia or Loyalty Beach. The island is uninhabited
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OC-255R.jpgOC-255 Queensland State (Gulf of Carpentaria) North group8 viewsBarn Island also called Parau Island,is located on the eastern side of the Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland. The island lies just offshore and can be sighted from Umagico, Seisia or Loyalty Beach. The island is uninhabited
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OC-256.jpgOC-256 Kilinailau Islands;Tulun Islands8 viewsThe Carteret Islands (also known as Carteret Atoll, Tulun or Kilinailau Islands/Atoll) are Papua New Guinea islands located 86 km (53 mi) north-east of Bougainville in the South Pacific. The atoll has a scattering of low-lying islands called Han, Jangain, Yesila, Yolasa and Piul, in a horseshoe shape stretching 30 km (19 mi) in north-south direction, with a total land area of 0.6 square kilometres (0.2 sq mi) and a maximum elevation of 1.5 metres (4 ft 11.1 in) above sea level.
As of 2005, about one thousand people live on the islands.
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OC-257.jpgOC-257 Nuguria Islands8 viewsNuguria or the Nuguria Islands, also known as the Abgarris or Fead Islands, are a Polynesian outlier and islands of Papua New Guinea. They are located nearly 150 km from the northern end of Buka island, in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville and consist of two closely spaced atoll formations.
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OC-258.jpgOC-258 Papua New Guinea's Coastal Islands North8 viewsMuschu Island is located in the East Sepik province of Papua New Guinea and lies just off the coast of the town of Wewak. As was much of the area during WWII the island played a large role hosting mainly Japanese soldiers before their surrender. After their surrender, the Australian army used the island for a short time as a prison for POW's.
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OC-259.jpgOC-259 Nukuoro Atoll8 viewsNukuoro is an atoll in the Federated States of Micronesia. Except for Kapingamarangi, it is the southernmost atoll of the country. They both are Polynesian outliers. As of 2007, Nukuoro had a population of 372, though several hundred Nukuorans live on Pohnpei. Nukuoro is remote. It has no airstrip, and a passenger boat calls irregularly only once every few months.
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OC-259R.jpgOC-259 Nukuoro Atoll8 viewsNukuoro is an atoll in the Federated States of Micronesia. Except for Kapingamarangi, it is the southernmost atoll of the country. They both are Polynesian outliers. As of 2007, Nukuoro had a population of 372, though several hundred Nukuorans live on Pohnpei. Nukuoro is remote. It has no airstrip, and a passenger boat calls irregularly only once every few months.
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OC-260R.jpgOC-260 Oroluk Atoll8 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-261.jpgOC-261 South Australia State West Centre group8 viewsWaldegrave Islands is an island group in the Australian state of South Australia located in the Investigator Group about 2.5 kilometres (1.6 miles) northwest by west of Cape Finniss on the west coast of Eyre Peninsula. The group consists of Waldegrave Island, Little Waldegrave Island and according to some sources, a pair of rocks known as the Watchers. The group is notable as a breeding site for Australian sea lions and Cape Barren geese. The group has enjoyed protected area status since the 1960s and as of 1972 has been part of the Waldegrave Islands Conservation Park.
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OC-261R.jpgOC-261 South Australia State West Centre group8 viewsWaldegrave Islands is an island group in the Australian state of South Australia located in the Investigator Group about 2.5 kilometres (1.6 miles) northwest by west of Cape Finniss on the west coast of Eyre Peninsula. The group consists of Waldegrave Island, Little Waldegrave Island and according to some sources, a pair of rocks known as the Watchers. The group is notable as a breeding site for Australian sea lions and Cape Barren geese. The group has enjoyed protected area status since the 1960s and as of 1972 has been part of the Waldegrave Islands Conservation Park.
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OC-262.jpgOC-262 Sumatra's Coastal Islands South8 viewsPulau Pisang or “Banana Island” lies just 45 minutes off the coast of Krui, Sumatra, and is also home to some of the best white sand beaches, snorkeling and fishing in the Krui area. The island is home to less than 100 people,
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OC-262R.jpgOC-262 Sumatra's Coastal Islands South8 viewsPulau Pisang or “Banana Island” lies just 45 minutes off the coast of Krui, Sumatra, and is also home to some of the best white sand beaches, snorkeling and fishing in the Krui area. The island is home to less than 100 people,
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OC-263S.jpgOC-263 Taongi Atoll;Bokaak Atoll8 viewsBokak Atoll or Taongi Atoll is an uninhabited coral atoll in the Ratak Chain of the Marshall Islands, in the North Pacific Ocean. It is located 685 km (426 mi) north of Majuro Atoll, the capital of the Marshall Islands, and 280 km (170 mi) northeast of Bikar Atoll, the closest atoll, making it the most northerly and most isolated atoll of the country. Wake Island is 348 mi (560 km) north-northwest. The land area is 3.2 km2 (1.2 sq mi), and the lagoon measures 78 km2 (30 sq mi). It consists of 36 islets. The total area is 129 km2 (50 sq mi) (including reef flat).
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OC-263P.jpgOC-263 Taongi Atoll;Bokaak Atoll8 viewsBokak Atoll or Taongi Atoll is an uninhabited coral atoll in the Ratak Chain of the Marshall Islands, in the North Pacific Ocean. It is located 685 km (426 mi) north of Majuro Atoll, the capital of the Marshall Islands, and 280 km (170 mi) northeast of Bikar Atoll, the closest atoll, making it the most northerly and most isolated atoll of the country. Wake Island is 348 mi (560 km) north-northwest. The land area is 3.2 km2 (1.2 sq mi), and the lagoon measures 78 km2 (30 sq mi). It consists of 36 islets. The total area is 129 km2 (50 sq mi) (including reef flat).
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OC-264.jpgOC-264 Maria Island8 viewsÎles Maria or simply Maria, also known as Hull Island, is a small coral atoll in the Pacific Ocean. Its original name is Nororotu. The nearest island is Rimatara situated 205 kilometres (127 miles) to the ESE. The atoll consists of four islets (îles), with a dense atoll forest and a very shallow lagoon, supporting numerous bird species. The atoll is uninhabited now, but at one time was the site of a penal colony. Copra is occasionally harvested at the island.
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OC-264R.jpgOC-264 Maria Island8 viewsÎles Maria or simply Maria, also known as Hull Island, is a small coral atoll in the Pacific Ocean. Its original name is Nororotu. The nearest island is Rimatara situated 205 kilometres (127 miles) to the ESE. The atoll consists of four islets (îles), with a dense atoll forest and a very shallow lagoon, supporting numerous bird species. The atoll is uninhabited now, but at one time was the site of a penal colony. Copra is occasionally harvested at the island.
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OC-265.jpgOC-265 Coral Sea Islands Territory South8 viewsCato Island 23°15′S 155°32′E, is a small oval-shaped island lying approximately 375 km (233 mi) east of Gladstone, Queensland and about 270 km (170 mi) east-southeast of the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef. This island is approximately 115 km (71 mi) south of Bird Islet, part of the east end of Wreck Reefs. The island is a mound of coral debris and grit 5.8 m (19 ft) high, covered in grass and creepers up to 1 m (3.3 ft) high. An automatic weather station, with two radio masts and a silver-painted hut, stands on the northeast end of the island
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OC-265R.jpgOC-265 Coral Sea Islands Territory South8 viewsCato Island 23°15′S 155°32′E, is a small oval-shaped island lying approximately 375 km (233 mi) east of Gladstone, Queensland and about 270 km (170 mi) east-southeast of the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef. This island is approximately 115 km (71 mi) south of Bird Islet, part of the east end of Wreck Reefs. The island is a mound of coral debris and grit 5.8 m (19 ft) high, covered in grass and creepers up to 1 m (3.3 ft) high. An automatic weather station, with two radio masts and a silver-painted hut, stands on the northeast end of the island
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OC-266.jpgOC-266 Western Australia State (North Coast) Centre group8 viewsViney is an uninhabited island located in the remote north west of Western Australia north east of the town of Derby and the Dampier Peninsula.
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OC-267.jpgOC-267 Coral Sea Islands Territory North8 viewsMarion Island is part of the Coral Islands North West Group in northern Queensland, Australia. Marion Reef is al arge circular atoll formation that is composed of three main units located on the Eastern side: Marion, Long and Wansfell; and a number of smaller reefs on the west. The formation sits atop a submarine feature known as the Marion Plateau which is separated from the larger Coral Sea Plateau to the north by the Townsville Trough. The island is uninhabited
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OC-268.jpgOC-268 Laut Kecil Islands8 viewsLaut Kecil Islands is an archipelago in the south of Borneo. Administratively, the islands belong to South Kalimantan province of Indonesia. The main islands include Matasiri, Kalambau, and Kadapongan.
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OC-268R.jpgOC-268 Laut Kecil Islands8 viewsLaut Kecil Islands is an archipelago in the south of Borneo. Administratively, the islands belong to South Kalimantan province of Indonesia. The main islands include Matasiri, Kalambau, and Kadapongan.
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OC-269.jpgOC-269 Karimata Islands8 viewsThe Karimata Islands are a chain of small islands off the west coast of Indonesian Borneo, the largest of which is (Pulau) Karimata, being about 20 km (12 mi) across (east-west), and situated at 1°37′S 108°53′E. It is part of Kayong Utara in Indonesia. A number of small villages are situated on the coast, the largest of which is Padang, on the eastern tip of the island. The island is renowned by inhabitants of the west coast of Kalimantan to have a serious malaria problem.
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OC-269R.jpgOC-269 Karimata Islands8 viewsThe Karimata Islands are a chain of small islands off the west coast of Indonesian Borneo, the largest of which is (Pulau) Karimata, being about 20 km (12 mi) across (east-west), and situated at 1°37′S 108°53′E. It is part of Kayong Utara in Indonesia. A number of small villages are situated on the coast, the largest of which is Padang, on the eastern tip of the island. The island is renowned by inhabitants of the west coast of Kalimantan to have a serious malaria problem.
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OC-270R.jpgOC-270 Simeulue and Banyak Islands8 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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