The Ovalau island is of volcanic origin and about 13 kilometers long and 10 kilometers wide. The highest peaks is Nadelaiovalau (625 m). Other summits are Korolevu (563 m), Tomuna (526 m), Delainanunu (475 m), Digilo (461 m) and Namakomako (375 m).
Levuka is the largest settlement on Ovalau and after Fiji was annexed as a British colony in 1874, the capital of Fiji. It is located at the eastern foothills of the islands highest mountain Nadelaiovalau. The old capital Levuka is now listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Fiji Islands 2015
Sacred Heart Church & Levuka Public Scool in Levuka.
The stamps were issued in the series "Levuka — Unesco World Heritage Site*