Top Oceania Countries by population 2021

Top Oceania Countries by Population 2021

Population of Oceania 2021

As per United Nations, In 1950 the population of Oceania was estimated at around 12 million people. It reached 30 million in 1996 and 40 million in 2016. In 2020 Oceania’s population was estimated to be 42 million. The Oceania population is expected to reach around 58 million by 2050.

Oceania has a land area of 8,525,989 square kilometers (3,291,903 sq mi). When compared to continents, the region of Oceania is the smallest in land area and the second smallest in population after Antarctica. As per the UN  estimated Oceania’s population in 2020 is 42,677,813 ( 42 million or 4.26 Crores) 

Oceania population in 2021 : 43,156,147 (43 millions or 4.31 Crores)

Source: UN estimates & Worldometers

List of Top Oceania Countries by Population

0.54%  of the world population lives in Oceania ( 43 Million). Australia (26 million), Papua New Guinea ( 9 million), and New Zealand (4.8 million) remain the top three populous countries in Oceania.  Let’s have a look at the Country-wise population of Europe

Source: World Population Prospects 2019

 

 

#Country2020 Population (UN Estimate)2021 Estimate
1Australia25,499,88425.7 million
2Papua New Guinea8,947,0249.1 million
3New Zealand4,822,2334.9 million
4Fiji896,445900 thousand
5Solomon Islands686,884700 thousand
6Vanuatu307,145313 thousand
7New Caledonia285,498287 thousand
8French Polynesia280,908282 thousand
9Samoa198,414200 thousand
10Guam168,775170 thousand

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Kiribati

Micronesia

119,449

115,021

121 thousand

116 thousand

13Tonga105,695106 thousand
14Marshall Islands59,19060 thousand
15Northern Mariana Islands57,55958 thousand
16American Samoa55,19155 thousand
17Palau18,09418 thousand
17Cook Islands17,56418 thousand
19Tuvalu11,79212 thousand
20Wallis & Futuna11,23911 thousand
21Nauru10,82410 thousand
22Niue1,6262 thousand
23Tokelau1,3571.4 thousand

Source: World Population Prospects 2019

List of Top Oceania Countries by Land Area

Europe covers about 10,180,000 km2 (3,930,000 sq mi ), or 2% of the Earth’s surface (6.8% of land area), making it the second-smallest continent. There are 48 Countries in Europe of which Russia is the largest and most populous, spanning 39% of the continent and comprising 15% of its population. The population density in Europe is 72.9 per Km2 (188 people per mi2). 

Largest & Smallest Country by Area
AreawiseCountryArea (sq.km)
Largest by AreaAustralia76,82,300 Km2
Smallest  by AreaTokelau10 Km2
Largest & Smallest Country by Density
Density wiseCountryDensity (P/Km2)
Highest Population DensityMicronesia784 (p/km2)
least population DensityAustralia3 (p/km2)
#CountryLand Area (Sq.km)Density (p/km2)
1Australia76,82,3003
2Papua New Guinea4,52,86020
3New Zealand2,63,31018
4Solomon Islands27,99025
5New Caledonia18,28016
6Fiji18,27049
7Vanuatu12,19025
8French Polynesia3,66077
9Samoa2,83070
10Kiribati810147
11Tonga720147
12Micronesia700784
13Guam540313
14Northern Mariana Islands460125
15Palau46039
16Niue2606
17Cook Islands24073
18American Samoa200276
19Marshall Islands180329
20Wallis & Futuna14080
21Tuvalu30393
22Nauru20541
23Tokelau10136

Oceania Countries by Fertility Rate & Median Age

The Total Fertility Rate (TFR) of Asia is 2.36

  • Solomon Islands is the country with the highest Fertility rate of 4.4
  • Australia has the lowest rate i.e 1.8

The median age in Europe is 33.4 years.

  • Australia/ Newzealand has the highest median age of 38 Years
  • Solomon Islands has the lowest rate of 20 years

 

#CountryFer RateMedian age
1Solomon Islands4.420
2Samoa3.922
3Vanuatu3.821
4Papua New Guinea3.622
5Kiribati3.623
6Tonga3.622
7Micronesia2.927
8Fiji2.828
9Guam2.331
10New Caledonia234
11French Polynesia234
12New Zealand1.938
13Australia1.838


Source: World Population Prospects 2019