Viti Levu Group

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The Viti Levu Group is an archipelago in Fiji consisting Viti Levu island and its outliers.

Geography[edit]

The group had an aggregate area of 10,453 square kilometres (4,036 sq mi), and a population of 574,801 at the 1996 census.

The outlying islands include:

Several island groups close to Viti Levu, such as the Lomaiviti archipelago and Yasawa islands, could be considered outliers, but are usually classified as separate island chains in their own right.

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Coordinates: 18°23′34″S 177°47′40″E / 18.39278°S 177.79444°E / -18.39278; 177.79444