- Tokelau may be small and may have a relatively select population, however, it actually has its own language: Tokelauan.
- Tokelau does not produce or export anything to elsewhere – it purely imports, and purely from New Zealand.
- There are no rocks to mine in Tokelau. The only resource resembling anything close to rock is the local coral.
- Finally, it’s impossible to fly to Tokelau.
1.8 miles / 3 kilometres
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Points of Interest
Places of Worship
1 - Nukunonu Church
Nukunonu Church is a Catholic Church. It is the main church in Tokelau, the other being on Fakaofo atoll. Its arch, which supports the nave ...
Heritage & Monuments
2 - The Bridge
At the southwestern edge of the lagoon is the concrete bridge. This joins the two areas of this atoll together: Nukunonu to Motuhaga. For this ...
Landmark & Views
3 - St Joseph’s Hospital
St Joseph’s Hospital is the first of the three medical centres in Tokelau. This concrete-framed hospital was funded by New Zealand as part of the ...