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19th Parallel South

Line across the Earth
19°
19th parallel south

The 19th parallel south is a circle of latitude that is 19 degrees south of the Earth's equatorial plane. It crosses the Atlantic Ocean, Africa, the Indian Ocean, Australasia, the Pacific Ocean and South America.

Around the world

Starting at the Prime Meridian and heading eastwards, the parallel 19° south passes through:

Co-ordinates Country, territory or sea Notes
Atlantic Ocean
 Namibia
 Botswana
 Zimbabwe
 Mozambique
Indian Ocean Mozambique Channel
 Madagascar Passing just south of Antananarivo
Indian Ocean
 Australia Western Australia
Northern Territory
Queensland
Coral Sea Passing between Rattlesnake Island and Acheron Island, Queensland,  Australia
Passing just north of Marion Reef in  Australia's Coral Sea Islands Territory
Passing just north of the Chesterfield Islands,  New Caledonia
 Vanuatu Southernmost tip of Erromango island
Pacific Ocean
 Fiji Kadavu island
Pacific Ocean Passing just north of Matuku Island,  Fiji
 Fiji Totoya island
Pacific Ocean Passing just south of Kabara island,  Fiji
Passing just north of Fulaga island,  Fiji
Passing just south of Late island,  Tonga
 Niue
Pacific Ocean Passing just south of Aitutaki island,  Cook Islands
Passing just north of Manuae atoll,  Cook Islands
Passing just south of Nengonengo atoll,  French Polynesia
Passing just north of Manuhangi atoll,  French Polynesia
Passing just north of Paraoa atoll,  French Polynesia
Passing just south of Vahitahi atoll,  French Polynesia
 Chile
 Bolivia Passing just north of Sucre
 Brazil Mato Grosso do Sul
Goiás
Minas Gerais
Espírito Santo
Atlantic Ocean

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