Fiji's Prime Minister has sung the praises of the country's economy and reassured Australian and New Zealand investors that his country is "open for business".
Mr Bainimarama said Fiji was more stable than ever and it's not just tourism that is booming.
He told New Zealand and Australian businesspeople, as well as diplomats, that the gains from tourism and other sectors were being responsibly invested in much-needed roads and ports.
"We are super-charging our economy by investing more and improving our infrastructure than anytime in our history. Better roads better airports and more efficient ports.
"Our telecommunications have also been elevated to global standards and we are continuing with our education revolution to improve the skills of our people."