FIJI

Fiji is ideally located in the tropics of the southern hemisphere. It lies on the 180 Meridian where the dawning of each new day occurs. Over 300 islands make the Fiji group of islands with a total land area of just 18,272 square kilometers. Of the 300 islands, humans inhabit only 100 or so islands and the rest are left as nature reserves. The two major islands in the group are known as Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Almost 80 percent of the population lives on these two islands. Still the majority of the population lives in the rural areas and the outer islands. Only about 40 percent of the population lives in urban areas.

Quick Facts

Estimated Population: 884,887
2007 Census Population: 837,271
Median Age 27.5
50.7% of the Population are Men and 49.3% are Women

Source: Fiji Bureau Of Statistics

Census

Fiji Trends

Fiji Population Since 1966 – 2017
Year Total Population Male Female
1966 476,727 242,727 233,980
1976 574,130 290,383 283,747
1986 715,376 362,568 352,808
1996 775,077 393,931 381,146
2007 837,271 418,646 403,041
2017 865,594 442,845 422,749

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