|Native to||Solomon Islands|
|Region||Santa Cruz Islands, eastern Solomons, Temotu Province.|
Äiwoo is the largest of the Reef Islands – Santa Cruz languages, with approximately 8000 native speakers. Most speakers live in the Ngawa district and the island Ngäsinue in the Reef Islands; others live in some villages of Vanikoro or of Nendö, like Kala Bay. Finally, some communities have recently been established in the capital Honiara – notably in the White River district.
- Paradisec has a collection of Äiwoo recordings. They also have a collection of Stephen Wurm's recordings, which includes some Äiwoo material.
- Næss, Åshild (2006). "Bound Nominal Elements in Äiwoo (Reefs): A Reappraisal of the 'Multiple Noun Class Systems'". Oceanic Linguistics. 45 (2): 269–296. doi:10.1353/ol.2007.0006.
- Ross, Malcolm & Åshild Næss (2007). "An Oceanic Origin for Aiwoo, the Language of the Reef Islands?". Oceanic Linguistics. 46: 456–498. doi:10.1353/ol.2008.0003.
- Næss, Åshild & Brenda H. Boerger (2008). "Reefs – Santa Cruz as Oceanic: Evidence from the Verb Complex". Oceanic Linguistics. 47: 185–212. doi:10.1353/ol.0.0000.