Ogea Driki (pronounced [oˈŋea ˈndriki]) is a coral atoll (covering approximately 4 square kilometers) in Fiji's Southern Lau Group. It 2.7 kilometers south from Ogea Levu, 10 kilometers east of Fulaga. It is the farming and fishing ground for the Ogean villagers who own the island and subdivided into farming lots as well as beaches. It has no residential house but are always used by the Ogeans as a place to sleep overnight for fishing purposes or any other means. It has a rich bundled fish corals and reef.