Cocos Keeling Islands

Half way between Australia and Sri Lanka, in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, rest the Cocos (Keeling) Islands—a collection 27 islets split into two flat, low-lying coral atolls.

North Keeling Island, a solitary uninhabited atoll shaped like a horseshoe enclosing a lagoon, is Australia’s most remote national park. South Keeling Islands, a collection of islets, forms an incomplete ring where empty beaches, world-class diving and tropical weather entice vacationers in search of a tranquil tropical getaway.

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Currency Australian dollar (AUD)
Languages English (official)
Time Zone GMT +6.5
Population Approx 626
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Electricity 220 – 240v 50Hz
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