Continents / Oceania

Oceania is a region that spans the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean, comprising Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. Encompassing approximately 8 525 989 km² (3,291,903 square miles), Oceania makes up about 6% of the Earth’s surface area, including its numerous islands and archipelagos.

Home to diverse cultures and ecosystems, Oceania has a unique identity shaped by its indigenous peoples and the influence of external migrations. With a population of over 42 million people, Oceania is a relatively small but culturally rich region. It represents a distinctive blend of traditional customs and modern influences.