Category Archives: Oceania

Oceania is the smallest continent in the world by land area. At 3,291,903 square miles (8,525,989 km2), Oceania is the smallest continent in the world in terms of land area. Much of the region’s land mass is desert, but there are also very lush areas. Oceania has some very unique animal life for such a small region. Oceania’s temperate regions feature high levels of precipitation, cold winters, and warm to hot summers. The tropical regions in Oceania are hot and wet year round. According to COUNTRYAAH, there are 14 countries in Oceania.

The geographical location is comparable to Europe in terms of climate. The South Island is shaped by the New Zealand Alps. The location in the west wind zone leads to high precipitation on the west coast, which is densely forested and inaccessible. The grasslands of the eastern foothills, which are characterized by the leeward location, are used for extensive sheep-grazing, which on the Canterbury Plain changes to fattening sheep and wheat. The North Island is characterized by intensive dairy and lamb farming.

New Zealand is a leader in the export of dairy products, sheep, beef and fruit. The world’s largest planted forests are becoming increasingly important in timber and pulp production.

Tourism is an important industry for New Zealand. While 1.8 million tourist arrivals were counted in 2000, their number rose to 2.5 million by 2012.

The Australian economy is characterized by the high importance of primary goods. Mining products, agricultural products and food make up around 70 percent of exports.

Despite this special focus on foreign trade, Australia is a service society (2013: almost 80% of GDP). The megacities of Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, where around two thirds of all Australians live, are not only control centers of the domestic economy, but also hubs of international economic relations.

Tourism is of great economic importance. While a good 4.9 million international arrivals were registered in 2000, their number rose to over 6.1 million by 2012. Young people who visit the continent in a combination of work and travel (“work & travel ”) to discover for yourself. This form of travel was made possible from 2000 by international agreements on simplified residence permits (“Working Holiday Visa”). For the complete list of nations in Oceania, please visit

University of Tasmania (UTAS)

HOBART, AUSTRALIA Brief information As the fourth oldest university in Australia, the University of Tasmania (UTAS), founded in 1890, has around 200 programs and one of the largest range of courses on the continent. It is known as the so-called “Sandstone University”, as Australia’s oldest university institutions are informally called. Check sportingology for more universities. According… Read More »

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT)

NELSON, NEW ZEALAND Brief information The Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) is a long-established educational institution in New Zealand and offers more than 90 different courses for national and international students, from certificate degrees to postgraduate academic degrees. Check acronymmonster for more universities. They come from disciplines such as business, health, tourism, trades and many… Read More »

Bond University

ROBINA, AUSTRALIA Brief information Established in 1989, Bond University is Australia ‘s first private university to offer both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in subjects such as Business, Law, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sustainable Development & Architecture and Health Sciences and Medicine. Those who study here feel in good hands on campus in a large community.… Read More »

Australia Road Network

The Hume Highway between Sydney and Melbourne. According to wholevehicles, the roads in Australia are generally good. Motorways and similar roads are mainly found around the major cities. The traffic demand between the major cities is so limited that the routes rarely need to be upgraded to highway standard. There is a 2×2 lane through… Read More »

New Zealand Road Network

New Zealand’s motorways & expressways. Traffic in New Zealand drives on the left. According to wholevehicles, New Zealand’s main road network is made up of the State Highway network, which is 10,895 kilometers long, which also includes the motorways and expressways, which together account for almost 300 kilometers of motorway. Of the State Highway network,… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Atafu, Tokelau

The climate of Atafu Atafu is one of the three atolls that make up the country of Tokelau. The three atolls are a special overseas territory of New Zealand. The Atafu Atoll consists of thirty-seven islands, which together have a land area of ​​about two and a half kilometers. About five hundred people live on… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Broken Hill, Australia

The climate of Broken Hill According to, Broken Hill is a pretty, characterful town in New South Wales. Originally the city was founded as a mining town for lead and zinc, but when silver was discovered in 1884, the city experienced an unprecedented boom. The many historic buildings in the city are still silent… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Brisbane, Australia

The climate of Brisbane According to shopareview, Brisbane is located on the east coast of Australia in the state of Queensland, of which it is also the capital. Brisbane, located on the river of the same name, was founded in the early 19th century as a penal colony. The sea off Brisbane is very popular… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Taveuni, Fiji

The climate of Taveuni According to shopareview, Taveuni is an island belonging to the Vanua Levu Group of Fiji. The Strait of Somosomo separates the island from Vanua Levu. The theoretical date line runs across this island. The actual border is east of the island. The city of Somosomo is considered the capital of the… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Napier, New Zealand

The climate of Napier According to shopareview, Napier is located on the east coast of the North Island . The city was almost completely destroyed in the early 1930s by a massive earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale. This earthquake left more than 40 square kilometers of seabed dry. After the earthquake, Napier was… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Malakula, Vanuatu

The climate of Malakula According to shopareview, Malakula is an island in the central part of the Republic of Vanuatu in the Pacific Ocean. The capital of the island is the village of Lakatoro, which is also the capital of the province of Malampa. There are three smaller airports on the island: Norsup near the… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Bondi Beach, Australia

The climate of Bondi Beach According to citypopulationreview, of all the beaches in Australia, Bondi Beach is the most famous. This is mainly because this pleasant sandy beach is considered the birthplace of Australia’s beach and surf culture. Bondi Beach is therefore an absolute must-visit place for backpackers traveling through Australia. The visit to Bondi… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Rotuma, Fiji

The climate of Rotuma According to citypopulationreview, Rotuma is part of the Rotuma Islands, Fiji’s most northerly archipelago. The highest point of this volcanic archipelago is 256 meters above sea level. The capital of Rotuma is the town of Motusa. The archipelago has a separate status within the Republic of Fiji. Due to this separate… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Gisborne, New Zealand

The climate of Gisborne According to citypopulationreview, Gisborne is located on the east coast of the North Island and takes its name from Governor William Gisborne. Gisborne is the most eastern city and therefore has the honor of being the first to greet the new day. Gisborne is also the place where Thomas Cook, discoverer… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu

The climate of Espiritu Santo According to citypopulationreview, Espiritu Santo is the largest island of the Republic of Vanuatu and belongs to the province of Sanma. The capital of the island and province is Luganville. During World War II, this city was an important base for the American troops. Tens of thousands of soldiers were… Read More »

Tuvalu Culture of Business

Tuvalu: Map of industry opportunities – perspective Czech export items The most promising items for Czech exports, sectors for investment, privatization and development projects Business opportunities are limited in such a small market, the vast majority of consumer goods are imported, but the purchasing power of the population is low. From the point of view… Read More »

Papua New Guinea Culture of Business

Subchapters: Introduction Addressing Business Meeting Communication Recommendations Public holidays Introduction Papua New Guinea is a culturally very distinctive island, part of the wider cultural circle of Melanesia and has close ties to Australia and Great Britain, not only as a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations, but also because these former colonial powers shaped… Read More »

New Zealand Culture of Business

Public procurement market The participation of foreign entities in government contracts is in principle possible. However, direct participation is quite complicated for the Czech supplier. In this case, an important article in the bidding process is your own representation, local representative, authorized engineering firm, etc. In August 2016, New Zealand acceded to the international Government… Read More »

Kiribati Business

Kiribati: Business and economic cooperation with the Czech Republic Bilateral trade relations between the Czech Republic and Kiribati are insignificant. Trade exchange for the period 2013 – 2017 reached a volume of 19 thousand. USD. Almost 100% of this exchange took place in 2015, when imports from Kiribati to the Czech Republic amounted to 4,000… Read More »

Australia Culture of Business

Basic data Capital Canberra Population 25.69 million Language English Religion primarily Christianity State system constitutional monarchy Head of State Queen Elizabeth II, represented by the Governor-General (from July 2019 David Hurley) Head of government Scott Morrison Currency name Australian dollar (AUD) Travel Time shift +10 a.m. (in summer +8 a.m.) Economy Nominal GDP (billion USD)… Read More »

New Zealand Basic Information

Composition of the government: Jacinda Arden – Prime Minister Grant Robertson – Minister of Finance Ron Mark – Secretary of Defense David Clark – Minister for Health David Parker – Trade Secretary Winston Peters – Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Full NZ Government composition at Demographic trends: Population, average annual increase, demographic composition… Read More »

Kiribati Basic Information

Kiribati is one of the Commonwealth of Nations and its political system is based on the Westminster model. Political parties have no official base or structure. Most of the candidates appear as independents. The elections are free and fair. Disputed results can be verified by a court. The unicameral parliament (Maneaba) has 46 members –… Read More »

Australia Basic Information

Basic information about the territory Subchapters: System of governance and political tendencies in the country Foreign policy of the country Population The system of governance and political tendencies in the country The Commonwealth of Australia is a federal constitutional monarchy. The head of state is formally the British monarch, who is represented in Australia by… Read More »

What to See in Australia

Hobart (Australia) Hobart is the capital of Tasmania. It is located at the mouth of the River Derwent at the foot of Mount Wellington. The history of Hobart is no less rich than that of other oldest cities in Australia. Hobart was founded in 1804 (before Melbourne) and still retains the flavor of that era.… Read More »

Samoa Travel Facts

Samoa is a tropical island country in the Pacific and is part of Oceania. Not yet discovered by mass tourism, there is a lot of original culture and beautiful nature to admire here. Life in Samoa is simple. Nevertheless, Samoa is an exciting and beautiful travel destination. Capital City Apia Size 2,842 km² Resident 197,000… Read More »

New Zealand Travel Facts

New Zealand is an isolated island nation in the South Pacific. The country consists of two large islands – the North and South Islands – and more than 700 smaller islands. Australia is not too far away and yet New Zealand is very different. Beautifully landscaped and unique, it is one of the geologically youngest… Read More »