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SHIPPING TO THE PACIFIC ISLANDS

“SHIPPING FROM AUSTRALIA TO THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FOR OVER 20 YEARS”

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Welcome to our website! Are you looking for low cost shipping to the Pacific Islands?

CargoMaster offers regular sea freight services to the Pacific Islands from all of Australia’s main cities. CargoMaster moves all types of cargo to the Pacific including furniture, cars, buses, excavators, heavy machinery and  industrial equipment. For anyone wanting to relocate from Australia to the Pacific Islands ask CargoMaster about low cost Self Pack shipping containers to the Pacific Islands. Once booked, CargoMaster will deliver your self pack container to your home for packing, or alternatively you can pack your container in one of CargoMasters packing yards. Door to door or door to port, whatever you require ask CargoMaster. The team at CargoMaster have moved hundreds of happy customers from Australia to the Pacific islands over the past 20 years. Self Pack shipping containers to the Pacific Islands are an ideal alternative to expensive removalists.

CargoMaster has a variety of equipment available for all types of cargo, twenty foot and 40 foot containers and flat racks available from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Darwin, Launceston, Townsville and Port Hedland.

SHIPPING CONTAINERS TO THE PACIFIC ISLANDS

ABOUT THE PACIFIC ISLANDS

The Pacific region takes in a huge area (approx. 30% of the planets surface!). The whole pacific area has about 25,000 islands. Did you know tht there are over 1300 different languages, active and spoken in the Pacific Islands?

The Pacific area can be broken down into three sub regions, which are divided based on their cultural differences, they are Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia.

Polynesia (from Greek, meaning “Many Islands”) Polynesian people consist of a variety of ethnic groups, who speak the Polynesian language., The original Polynesian people speak Polynesian languages, a form of the Oceanic languages. Despite the large geographic area, Polynesian cultures tend to be centered in the same beliefs and form a cohesive family. The original Polynesian people of New Zealand and Hawaii are minorities in their homelands. The New Zealand Māori are the biggest individual group but the United States has the largest resident Polynesian population.

Micronesia (from Greek, meaning “Small Islands”)

Micronesia is a subregion of Oceania, consisting of thousands of tiny islands in the western Pacific Ocean. It has a shared cultural history with the two other island regions, Polynesia to the east and Melanesia to the south. The Micronesia region has a warm tropical marine climate.. There are four major archipelagos along with many outlying islands. Micronesia is the most sparsely populated of the Pacific islands with about 500k people, Micronesia was historically very isolated from the rest of the world.

Melanesia (from Greek, meaning “Island of Black” in reference to the complexion of its inhabitants)

Melanesians are the main inhabitants of Melanesia. Mostly they  speak one of the many Papuan languages, though a few groups such as Moluccans, the Motu and Fijians speak Austronesian languages. Melanesians occupy islands from Eastern Indonesia to as far east as the islands of Vanuatu and Fiji. They are a very culturally diverse group with large variations in customs and histories. There is a lack of consensus surrounding their exact origins and migration patterns but they are distinct from Aboriginal Australians despite the frequent contact.

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There is a great diversity across the Pacific Islands region, from Fiji, which is the largest country of the group (excluding PNG) with a population of over 900,000, to Tuvalu and Nauru, with estimated populations of approximately 11,000 each.. Kiribati is one of the most remote and geographically-dispersed countries in the world, consisting of 33 coral atolls spread over 3.5 million square kilometers of ocean.

Shipping to FIJI

SEA FREIGHT TO THE PACIFIC ISLANDS

SHIPPING CONTAINERS TO THE PACIFIC

Vessels sailing regularly from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide ,Darwin and Townsville to the following Pacific Islands: American Samoa, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands, Tahiti, Guam, Niue, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Nauru, Palau, Wallace, Futuna, Micronesia, Vanuatu, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga and The Cook Islands.

SHIPPING TIMES FROM AUSTRALIA TO THE PACIFIC

SHIPPING FROM BRISBANE

  • BRISBANE TO VANUATU(PORT VILA)
  • BRISBANE TO SAMOA (APIA)
  • BRISBANE TO THE SOLOMON ISLANDS (HONIARA)
  • BRISBANE TO THE COOK ISLANDS (RAROTONGA)
  • BRISBANE TO THE COOK ISLANDS (AITUTAKI)
  • BRISBANE TO NEW CALEDONIA (NOUMEA)
  • BRISBANE TO KIRIBATI (TARAWA)
  • BRISBANE TO TONGA (NUKUALOFA)
  • BRISBANE TO GUAM (APRA)
  • BRISBANE TO FIJI (SUVA AND LAUTOKA)
  • BRISBANE TO NAURU
  • BRISBANE TO TUVALU
  • BRISBANE TO HAWAII
  • BRISBANE TO TAHITI

SHIPPING FROM SYDNEY

  • SYDNEY TO VANUATU (PORT VILA)
  • SYDNEY TO SAMOA (APIA)
  • SYDNEY TO THE SOLOMON ISLANDS (HONIARA)
  • SYDNEY TO THE COOK ISLANDS (RAROTONGA)
  • SYDNEY TO THE COOK ISLANDS (AITUTAKI)
  • SYDNEY TO NEW CALEDONIA (NOUMEA)
  • SYDNEY TO KIRIBATI (TARAWA)
  • SYDNEY TO TONGA (NUKUALOFA)
  • SYDNEY TO GUAM (APRA)
  • SYDNEY TO FIJI (SUVA AND LAUTOKA)
  • SYDNEY TO NAURU
  • SYDNEY TO TUVALU
  • SYDNEY TO HAWAII
  • SYDNEY TO TAHITI (PAPEETE)

SHIPPING FROM MELBOURNE

  • MELBOURNE TO VANUATU (PORT VILA)
  • MELBOURNE TO SAMOA (APIA)
  • MELBOURNE TO THE SOLOMON ISLANDS (HONIARA)
  • MELBOURNE TO THE COOK ISLANDS (RAROTONGA)
  • MELBOURNE TO THE COOK ISLANDS (AITUTAKI)
  • MELBOURNE TO NEW CALEDONIA (NOUMEA)
  • MELBOURNE TO KIRIBATI (TARAWA)
  • MELBOURNE TO TONGA (NUKUALOFA)
  • MELBOURNE TO GUAM (APRA)
  • MELBOURNE TO FIJI (SUVA AND LAUTOKA)
  • MELBOURNE TO NAURU
  • MELBOURNE TO TUVALU
  • MELBOURNE TO HAWAII
  • MELBOURNE TO TAHITI (PAPEETE)