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Australia and the Pacific (1983: Doomsday)
Australia and the Pacific
Timeline: 1983: Doomsday

Map of Australia and the Pacific

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The regions of Australia, New Zealand, the three subregions of Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, are the far flung islands of the Pacific are commonly referred to as Oceania or Oceanica. On September 26, 1983, the region suffered a fair amount of nuclear strikes of Soviet origin due to its presence of U.S. military installations. The strikes included the cities of Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney in Australia, several military installations and the capital of Honolulu in the State of Hawaii, and the islands of Guam, Wake, Kwajalein, and Johnston - all which were strategic bases for U.S. forces in the Pacific. However, majority of the island nations were not targeted by Soviet missiles during Doomsday, so these island nations resorted to old customs of fishing and communication with nearby islands which greatly aided the survival of these nations. Other formed unions such as the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand, in which other island nations joined the commonwealth or are free associated states. The ANZC is considered one of the world's superpowers after Doomsday.

List of Australia and Pacific Survivor States

List of Former Sovereign States

Flag Location Name Capital Area Population Predecessor Status
Flag of Palau


Republic of Belau

Koror 459 km² 14000


Associated State of CANZ
Flag Soloville 1983DD
Soloman Islands Bouganville & Soloman Islands Arawa 37784 km² 687,000


Soloman Islands

Independent Nations
Flag of the Cook Islands
South Pacific

Cook Islands

Kūki 'Āirani

Avarua 240,000km² Cook Islands Associated State of CANZ (specifically NZ)
ANZ Union Flag with the golden ratio
Australasia Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand Jervis Bay 7.889.286 km² 28,796,705 Australia

New Zealand

various others

Association of states
Flag of Fiji
South Pacific


Republic of the Fiji Islands

Suva 18.274 km2 840,000 Fiji Independent State
Flag of Hawaii


Free State of Hawaii

Hilo 19523 km² 82,600 Hawaii, United Statates Associated State of CANZ
Flag of Kiribati


Republic of Kiribati

South Tarawa 726 km² 98,000 Kiribati Independent State
Flag of Nauru


Republlic of Nauru

Yaren 21 km² 10,000 Nauru Associated State of CANZ
Flag of Niue


Niuē Fekai

Alofi 260 km² 1398 Niue Associated State of CANZ
Flag of Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Independent State of Papua New Guinea

Port Moresby 786,000 km² 7500,000

Papua, New Guinea, West Guinea (Indonesia)

Associated State of CANZ
Cook islands flag (1983DD)
Pacific (South) Pitcairn Islands Adamstown 447 km² 75 Pitcairn Islands (British Overseas Territory) Associated State of CANZ
Pacific Republic of the French Southern Territories Papeete 36.297 km² 3,000,000 Collection of French Territories Former Overseas Countries of France
Flag of Tokelau (local)
Pacific Tokelau


11.5 km² 1,453  Tokelau External Territory of CANZ
Flag of Tonga


Kingdom of Tonga

Nuku'alofa 748 km² 112,000 Tonga Independent State
Flag of Tuvalu
Pacific Tuvalu Funafuti 26 km² 12373 Tuvalu Assosiated State of CANZ
Flag of Vanuatu
Pacific Vanuatu Port Vila 12200 km² 200,000 Vanuatu Independent State
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