New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa
On 1 April 1883 Salvation Army activities were commenced in Dunedin by Captain George Pollard and Lieutenant Edward Wright. Social work began in 1884 with a home for ex-prisoners.
Work was begun officially in Fiji on 14 November 1973 by Captains Brian and Beverley McStay, and in Tonga on 9 January 1986 by Captains Tifare and Rebecca Inia. Salvation Army work was officially started in Samoa on 1 August 2018 led by Lieut-Colonels Roderick and Jennifer Carey, with support from Captain Miriama Simanu.
Commissioner Mark Campbell - Territorial Commander
Commissioner Julie Campbell - Territorial President of Women's Ministries
Colonel Gerald Walker - Chief Secretary
204 Cuba Street
PO Box 6015
Tel:  (04) 384 5649
Countries included in the territory: Fiji, New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga
Languages in which the gospel is preached: English, Fijian, Hindi, Korean, Māori, Rotuman, Samoan and Tongan
Periodical: War Cry