ʻAuʻasi is located in American Samoa
Coordinates: 14°16′36″S 170°34′28″W / 14.27667°S 170.57444°W / -14.27667; -170.57444Coordinates: 14°16′36″S 170°34′28″W / 14.27667°S 170.57444°W / -14.27667; -170.57444
Country United States
Territory American Samoa
 • Total0.26 sq mi (0.67 km2)
 • Total113
 • Density440/sq mi (170/km2)

ʻAuʻasi is a village in the east of Tutuila Island, American Samoa. One of the island's more populous villages, it is located on the south coast, close to the eastern tip of the island and to the smaller offshore island of Aunuʻu. It is located in Saʻole County.

Above the village is a waterfall known as ʻAuʻasi Falls. This can be visited by following the stream in ʻAuʻasi for about 30 minutes. It is particularly impressive after heavy rain.[1]

Ferries for Aunu'u Island leave from the dock at ʻAuʻasi.


Population growth[2]
2010 113
2000 125
1990 122
1980 117
1970 74
1960 43


  1. ^ Swaney, Deanna (1994). Samoa: Western & American Samoa: a Lonely Planet Travel Survival Kit. Lonely Planet Publications. Page 178. ISBN 9780864422255.
  2. ^ "American Samoa Statistical Yearbook 2016" (PDF). American Samoa Department of Commerce. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2019-02-14. Retrieved 2019-07-25.