Oceania Countries by population (2019)

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# Country (or dependency) Population
(2019)
Yearly
Change
Net
Change
Density
(P/Km²)
Land Area
(Km²)
Migrants
(net)
Fert.
Rate
Med.
Age
Urban
Pop %
World
Share
1 Australia 25,088,636 1.28 % 316,389 3 7,682,300 169,993 1.8 38 90 % 0.33 %
2 Papua New Guinea 8,586,525 2.00 % 168,179 19 452,860 -200 3.6 23 13 % 0.11 %
3 New Zealand 4,792,409 0.90 % 42,811 18 263,310 14,881 2.0 38 86 % 0.06 %
4 Fiji 918,757 0.71 % 6,516 50 18,270 -4,000 2.5 29 55 % 0.01 %
5 Solomon Islands 635,254 1.92 % 11,973 23 27,990 -2,400 3.8 21 24 % 0.01 %
6 French Polynesia 288,506 0.93 % 2,647 79 3,660 -100 2.0 33 57 % 0.00 %
7 Vanuatu 288,017 2.09 % 5,900 24 12,190 121 3.2 23 27 % 0.00 %
8 New Caledonia 283,376 1.27 % 3,555 16 18,280 1,133 2.1 33 70 % 0.00 %
9 Samoa 198,909 0.61 % 1,214 70 2,830 -2,500 3.9 22 19 % 0.00 %
10 Guam 167,245 0.92 % 1,527 310 540 -506 2.3 31 N.A. 0.00 %
11 Kiribati 120,428 1.70 % 2,014 149 810 -425 3.6 23 42 % 0.00 %
12 Tonga 110,041 0.95 % 1,033 153 720 -967 3.6 22 24 % 0.00 %
13 Micronesia 106,983 0.71 % 756 153 700 -1,200 3.1 23 23 % 0.00 %
14 American Samoa 55,727 0.09 % 48 279 200 N.A. N.A. 89 % 0.00 %
15 Northern Mariana Islands 55,246 0.09 % 52 120 460 N.A. N.A. 90 % 0.00 %
16 Marshall Islands 53,211 0.08 % 44 296 180 N.A. N.A. 76 % 0.00 %
17 Palau 22,206 1.10 % 242 48 460 N.A. N.A. 89 % 0.00 %
18 Cook Islands 17,462 0.29 % 51 73 240 N.A. N.A. 92 % 0.00 %
19 Wallis & Futuna 11,617 -0.56 % -66 83 140 N.A. N.A. 0 % 0.00 %
20 Tuvalu 11,393 0.94 % 106 380 30 N.A. N.A. 56 % 0.00 %
21 Nauru 11,260 -0.46 % -52 563 20 N.A. N.A. 92 % 0.00 %
22 Niue 1,628 0.25 % 4 6 260 N.A. N.A. 33 % 0.00 %
23 Tokelau 1,340 1.59 % 21 134 10 N.A. N.A. 0 % 0.00 %

Source: Worldometers (www.Worldometers.info)
Elaboration of data by United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. World Population Prospects: The 2017 Revision. (Medium-fertility variant).
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