A list containing postal codes from New Caledonia. Source: Geonames.
New Caledonia is a country located in the Southwest Pacific Ocean. It is a France special collectivity, and most people here are French locals.
Postal codes in New Caledonia
The zip codes used there are made of 5 digits.
Historical values of New Caledonia
New Caledonia traces back to 1300-200 BC or 1600-500 BC, and since that time, it has been through a lot of advancements. The first European sight of this place was on September 4th, 1774. In 1853 the French dependency started on New Caledonia, and in 1946 New Caledonia became a French overseas territory.
Geography of New Caledonia
It is located in the ocean. It does not directly share its borders with any country like other landlocked countries. However, it is about 1210 km from the east of Australia, and Metropolitan France is 17000 km away from it.
New Caledonia is not a whole piece of land as it covers several islands under its name in the Coral Sea. The total land covered here is 18576 square kilometers. The area here is divided as follows.
New Caledonia demographics
The total population is about 300 thousand. Out of which, 30% is under 20, and the most population grows in the northern province. The most fluent spoken language here is French because of the historical relation. However, there are 28 Kanak languages also spoken here.
Although it is not the physical part of France, it comes under the overseas territory regions of France. We can see a lot of resemblance in languages, cultures, and many more things in France and New Caledonia.