Goat Island (Vanuatu)

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Goat Island
Location Pacific Ocean
Coordinates 18°42′00″S169°16′59.50″E / 18.70000°S 169.2831944°E / -18.70000; 169.2831944 Coordinates: 18°42′00″S169°16′59.50″E / 18.70000°S 169.2831944°E / -18.70000; 169.2831944
Archipelago Vanuatu
Province Tafea Province
Population0 (2015)

Goat Island (also Vetemanu, Île Rocher, Île de la Chèvre, La Chèvre) is a small uninhabited island in Tafea Province of Vanuatu in the Pacific Ocean. [1] [2]


Goat Island lies 150 km south of Port-Vila.

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  2. "Traveling Luck for Goat Island". Traveling Luck. Retrieved 13 August 2018.