This sector borders with the Triassic Sector to the north, though the two sectors do not come into contact with one another. It consists mainly of a volcanic continent known as Tiamat, although several other large islands are present in the oceans surrounding the continent. The continent's climate varies drastically from north to south and east to west, with temperate to polar climates such as Lake Andersen to the south, while arid deserts not unlike those of the Triassic Sector accommodate the north. Tiamat was considered the "Australia" of FMM UV-32, with varying climates and brutal wildlife.
- Lake Andersen
- The Chasm of Altjira
- Bamapana Falls
- Blood Hills
- The Geondrix Formation
- Onur Village
- Death Jungle
The "Down Under" Sector may hold some of the harshest climates found on FMM UV-32. No area of the sector has a Vulcanicity of under 1.
The native wildlife of this sector was primarily composed of two distinct groups of fauna: the dinosaurs and the reptiles, though there were some mammals and birds. Every animal of this sector was considered dangerous, no matter what it appears to be.
- Though there is no current animal activity, let alone human activity at all, when the "Down Under" Sector was still intact, there was much human activity.
- Planetary Exploration Corp. mercenaries were sent to collect samples of wildlife in the "Down Under" Sector, resulting in pollution, overhunting, and even poaching in the later years of the "Down Under" Sector. This caused the ecosystem of the sector to collapse.