- Cocos-Keeling Island is about a third the size of Oxford.
- The islands contain no native mammals. There are, however, two species of rodent, four species of reptile (including a blind snake) and many beautiful species of bird.
- Finally, as an Australian territory, Cocos Islands has no military presence, although it does have a 5 person strong police force
3.7 miles / 6 kilometres
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Points of Interest
Landmark & Views
1 - The Ferry Landing
The Ferry is located between Jalan Pantai and Jalan Malati with a prominent jetty stretching out into the sea. It conveys passengers between West and ...
Parks & Open Spaces
2 - The Cemetery
Home Island Cemetery is to the north of the island and was an informally planned cemetery established in the 20th century. Here you can find ...
Heritage & Monuments
3 - Oceania House Cocos Island
Oceania House is a two-storey mansion built between 1887 and 1904 for George Clunies-Ross (1868-1944) with bricks brought from Scotland, and using local labour. The ...
Museum & Galleries
4 - Cocos Museum
The Cocos Museum, also known as the Home Island Visitor Centre & Museum, explores the fascinating history of Cocos. Here you can learn about the ...