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Austral Islands

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The Austral Islands of French Polynesia consist of the Tubuai Islands and the Bass Islands.

Regions[edit]

Tubuai Islands[edit]

The Tubuai Islands are the northwesternmost part of the Austral Islands, and they consist of:

Raivavae Island
  • Iles Maria — an uninhabited atoll.
  • Raivavae — (900 pop.), considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world.
  • Rimatara — (750 p), the smallest by land area.
  • Rurutu — (2,000 p), the second largest of the Austral Islands, with some interesting maraes.
  • Tubuai 2,000 — the main island of the Australs, with the main airport.

Bass Islands[edit]

The Bass Islands are the southeast of the Tubuai Islands, and they consist of:

  • Rapa Iti — population 500.
  • Marotiri island — four small, volcanic, uninhabited islands.

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Marotiri

The Austral Islands are the southernmost group in French Polynesia.

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Rapa

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Rurutu

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