The continent of Australia and Oceania consists of 15 independent UN countries and several dependent territories of France, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. To give you the best overview of all Oceania currencies, you can find two lists on this page.
The first list shows all countries of Oceania and their currencies and the second list shows all dependent territories of Oceania and their currencies.
Independent countries in Australia and Oceania and their currencies
|Marshall Islands||United States dollar|
|Micronesia||United States dollar|
|New Zealand||New Zealand dollar|
|Palau||United States dollar|
|Papua New Guinea||Papua New Guinean kina|
|Solomon Islands||Solomon Islands dollar|
|Timor-Leste||United States dollar|
Of the 15 independent countries in Australia and Oceania, four use the United States dollar as their official currency and four the Australian dollar.
Dependent Territories in Oceania and their currencies
The following table shows a list of all dependent territories in Oceania and their currency. The table also shows the country the territory is dependent from.
|American Samoa||United States of America||United States dollar|
|Chatham Islands||New Zealand||New Zealand dollar|
|French Polynesia||France||CPF franc|
|Guam||United States of America||United States dollar|
|New Caledonia||France||CPF franc|
|Niue||New Zealand||New Zealand dollar|
|Norfolk Island||Australia||Australian dollar|
|Northern Mariana Islands||United States of America||United States dollar|
|Pitcairn Islands||United Kingdom||New Zealand dollar|
|Tokelau||New Zealand||New Zealand dollar|
|Wake Island||United States of America||United States dollar|
|Wallis and Futuna||France||CPF franc|