Is Fiji in Australia?
No, Fiji is in Asia, not Australia.
Fiji is not part of any continent. It is a group of islands about 2,700 kilometers from Brisbane, on the east coast of the Australian continent, but it is part of Australia. Fiji is considered to be part of the region of Oceania, which is also not a continent. To read more about Fiji on Answers.com, click on the Related Link. Fiji is usually considered to be part of Australia/Oceania.
Australia that's all i know Fiji is the centre of the Pacific with many allies. One of its greater Allies is China. Australia and New Zealand have sat sanctions against the Fiji Government isolating Fiji and its people. The "Look North Policy" have attracted many investors, businesses, AID and others especially from China, S.Korea, Japan and the Middle East.
These are all the Cup winners: 2011 - New Zealand 2010 - Samoa 2009 - Fiji 2008 - New Zealand 2007 - Samoa 2006 - England 2005 - Fiji 2004 - England 2003 - England 2002 - England 2001 - New Zealand 2000 - New Zealand 1999 - Fiji 1998 - Fiji 1997 - Fiji 1996 - New Zealand 1995 - New Zealand 1994 - New Zealand 1993 - Samoa 1992 - Fiji 1991…