The last remaining children have been removed from Australia's asylum seeker processing centre on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island.
The immigration department confirmed that 42 people in family groups, including 12 children, and nine single adult males were on Thursday removed from the facility and transferred to Christmas Island.
This follows last month's transfer of 70 people, including family groups, out of the centre.
A spokesman for the department confirmed there were no remaining children on the island but would not be drawn on whether other minors would be sent to the facility in the future.
"While there's no more children on Manus Island at this time, it doesn't necessarily mean that they potentially won't be sent there in the future," he told AAP.