Toi, Niue

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Toi
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Toi council within Niue
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Administrative map of Niue showing all the villages
Coordinates: 18°58′21″S169°50′42″W / 18.97250°S 169.84500°W / -18.97250; -169.84500
CountryFlag of Niue.svg  Niue
Tribal Area Motu
Area
  Total4.77 km2 (1.84 sq mi)
Population
 (2022) [1]
  Total32
  Density6.71/km2 (17.4/sq mi)
Time zone UTC-11 (UTC-11)
Area code +683

Toi is one of the fourteen villages of Niue, located north of the island, [2] 17 km from Alofi, also located 2.40 km from the coast. Its population at the 2022 census was 32, up from 17 in 2017. [1] There is a road that goes down to Hikutavake, which is the closest town to Toi.

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References

  1. 1 2 "Niue Census of Population and Housing 2022". Niue Statistics Office. Retrieved 20 March 2024.
  2. 1558554 (x a j h) Toi on OpenStreetMap