Oceanian Protectorate
(Protectorate of Oceanic Nations)
Timeline: Vast Southern Land

OTL equivalent: Australia, Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, Philippines, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Micronesia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Palau, Nauru, Tuvalu
Oceania protectorate Op coa
Great Deep Blue Anchor of Peace
Oceanian protectorate map
Territories of the Oceanian Protectorate

United in peace and prosperity

Anthem "The Roar of the Sea People"
Capital Canberra, Manila, Tokyo
Largest city Tokyo
Other cities Sydney, Melbourne, Jakarta, Osaka, Taipei
Language English, Japanese, Mandarin, Filipino, Indonesian, 250+ others.
Demonym Oceanian, Ossie
President Angeline Lumaban
Area 10,194,678 km square (3,936,187 square miles)
Population 588,790,654 (2016 est) 
$31.914 trillion
  per capita $54,204
Established September 30th, 1945
Currency Oceanian Dollar (OD)
Internet TLD .oc
'The Protectorate of Oceanic Nations', commonly known as the 'Oceanian Protectorate' or simply 'Oceania', is a union of 17 former nations/territories in the Asia-Pacific area. The protectorate has three official capitals, as to spread the power evenly through the territories. These are; Canberra (Australia), Manila (the Philippines) and Tokyo (Japan). At over 10 million square kilometres, the country is the second largest in the world. The population of 588 million is the third largest and most diverse in the world.

The largest city of Oceania is Tokyo, at almost 38 million people. Other than Tokyo, 6 cities have a population of over 10 million. In order of size, these are: Jakarta (30mil), Osaka (19mil), Sydney (16mil), Melbourne (14mil), Manila (13mil) and Taipei (11mil). A further 11 cities have a population of over 5 million. A total of 61 cities have a population of over 1 million.

The climate and geography of the nation is extremely diverse, ranging from subartic mountains on the island of Sakhalin, to lush and dense tropical rainforest across the equator, and the grand red deserts of outback Australia.


  1. History
  2. Geography
  3. Demographics
  4. Government
  5. Economy
  6. Infrastructure
  7. Culture


(See also: Vast Southern Land, Timeline of Australia)

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