Transport in Oceania

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Transport in Oceania is most advanced in Australia, Hawaii and New Zealand, though all countries in the region have faced difficulties in providing facilities due to their low population density. Smaller islands are dependent on sea and air transport, but have had difficulties operating either national or regional airlines and shipping lines.

Rail transport[edit]

Rail transport is mainly restricted to Australia and New Zealand, with some rail lines in Fiji and Nauru (and formerly in New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea).

Road traffic[edit]

Air transport[edit]

Sea and river transport[edit]

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