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From left to right: Mana Island, Beachcomber Island, Treasure Island, and Tokoriki Island (behind Treasure Island)
Location South Pacific
Coordinates Coordinates: 17°35′S177°06′E / 17.583°S 177.100°E / -17.583; 177.100
Archipelago Mamanuca Islands
Area0.88 km2 (0.34 sq mi)
Length1.9 km (1.18 mi)
Width0.8 km (0.5 mi)
Highest elevation77 m (253 ft)
Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji
Division Western
Province Nadroga-Navosa Province

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  2. Lonely Planet, Celeste Brash, Brett Atkinson, Jean-Bernard Carillet, Jayne D'Arcy, Virginia Jealous, Craig McLachlan (2016). Lonely Planet South Pacific. Oakland, Cal.: Lonely Planet Publications. ISBN   9781786577344. OCLC   1084365581 . Retrieved 19 April 2010.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)