Australia & Oceania

Archaeology Websites


Aboriginal Studies -- WWW Virtual Library

Pacific Studies

Background to Pacific Archaeology

The Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association (IPPA)

Centre for Archaeological Research - Australian National University

Oceanic Archaeology Laboratory (OAL)

The Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology

Ancient Seafarers


Western New South Wales Archaeology Program (WNSWAP)

Queensland Museum - Wreck of the H.M.S. Pandora

New Zealand

New Zealand and Pacific Archaeology

New Zealand Archaeology

Cornwall Park Trust - Centennial Project - Maori History

New Zealand Archaeological Radiocarbon Database

Maritime Archaeological Association of New Zealand

Antarctic Heritage Trust New Zealand

New Zealand National Maritime Museum

Buried Village, Rotorua New Zealand

Aerial Photographs of New Zealand Archaeology

New Zealand Archaeology Page

The Factual Account of the Mt Tarawera Eruption - New Zealand

Tiki Page

Oceania Islands

Le Kalimanthrope - Borneo French

Easter Island's End By Jared Diamond, Discover Magazine, August 1995

Obsidian Trade and Exchange in Melanesia

Mangaia, Cook Islands

Spice Islands Archaeology Project

Hawai'i Archaeological Research Project, Kohala

Hawaiian Petroglyphs

Felicia R. Beardsley: Micronesian Diary

Marianas Bioarchaeology Home Page

New Georgia Archaeological Survey Project 1996-2000 - Solomon Islands

The Roviana and Vonavona Lagoons Marine Resource Management Project 2000-2002 - Solomon Islands

Archaeology in the Marquesas, Andover Foundation for Archaeological Research - Tahuata, in the Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia

Philippine Prehistory

South-West Pacific Cultural Heritage Training Program: Papua New Guinea

Thirty-five thousand years in New Ireland

Pampanga, the Philippines


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