Moala is a volcanic island in the Moala subgroup of Fiji's Lau archipelago. Located at 18.60° South and 179.90° East, it has an area of 62.5 square kilometers. The highest point on the island of Moala is called Delaimoala, which has rich vegetation and consists of dark thick forest. Its maximum altitude is 468 meters. The population of around 3000 live in 8 villages. The chiefly village of these is Naroi, whose population is over 500. Economic activities include coconut farming ,cocoa production, fishing and yaqona (kava) production.
Some well-known Moalan natives include Laisa Digitaki, a businesswoman and political activist, Joe Mar, a prominent businessman, Isireli Koyamaibole, Government CEO and Talatala Tuikilakila, seceratary for the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma.