After 14 years of rather intensive missionary work by Fr Michael (Wood) in Australia the results are unfortunately close to zero. There were two small missions in Tasmania. The one in Launceston had 9 members but it has gone out of existence as members have left or moved away. The other in Hobart has 3 members.
A report, rather direct, about WR in Australia:http://stpetrocabbeyfaq.blogspot.com/New Zealand:
WR activity in New Zealand is conducted by two priests of the Antiochian Church. One has been labouring in the Christchurch area for 30 years and has maybe three adherents. The other has been working in Wellington for perhaps 7 years and has the same number of WR adherents.
Even within ROCOR alone, there is considerable Western-rite presence outside the USA. My research found the following:
According to Wikipedia Australia also has a Perth Mission of the St. Petroc Paruchia.
Saint Dyfan Monastery Mission, Hobart, Tasmania – ROCOR
Saint Stephen Monastery Mission, Launceston, Tasmania – ROCOR
Saint Gildas Monastery Mission, Perth, Western Australia – ROCOR
Saint Ninian Monastery Mission, Melbourne, Victoria – ROCORAustralia
The St. Gildas Mission Perth WA
has a blog-site which appears to have been the same for a long-time, and there is no WR ROCOR priest listed for Perth, so presumably mass is celebrated by Fr. Michael (Mansbridge-Wood/Wood) on occasions. Perhaps the faithful there attend the St. Peter and Paul parish of ROCOR. http://perthorthodox.blogspot.com/
The Hobart listing for ROCOR lists St. Petroc Monastery, St. Dyfan's Mission
and the University Chaplaincy
as separate WR organisations within Hobart although the Chaplaincy is co-located in the same Ecumenical UTas premises as that which houses the St. Dyfan Mission. http://www.rocor.org.au/?page_id=2Melbourne
according to Wikipedia directory also has another St. Petroc Paruchia Mission - St. Ninian Monastery Mission but this is not listed in the ROCOR directory and does not appear to have a priest appointed, although again may be served by Fr. Michael (Mansbridge-Wood/Wood).Philippines
There are according to reports two Petroc Paruchia Missions in the Philippines. http://orthodoxmissions.wordpress.com/2011/01/16/western-rite-news-from-2010/
( Note this is from an unofficial WR commentary site). The official St. Petroc Missionary Society website
is at: http://saintpetrocmissionarysociety.blogspot.com/
It is unclear if these are under the Australian and New Zealand Diocese of ROCOR and they remain unlisted in the ROCOR Australian and New Zealand Diocesan directory which also covers Indonesia (23 Byzantine rite parishes and missions) and Korea ( 1 monastery and 2 parishes, both Byzantine rite). There is very limited Byzantine rite Orthodox presence in the Philippines with a small Antiochian presence.
SAINT THOMAS MONASTERY MISSION
Wednesday 7th July 2010: We welcome Saint Thomas mission as a new Western Rite mission of Saint Petroc Monastery. With over a hundred people led by Fr. Janel, we wish this mission the utmost success.
SAINT ANASTASIA MONASTERY MISSION
Friday 2nd July 2010: We welcome the new Western Rite ROCOR mission of Saint Anastasia in Davao City in the Philippines. The mission is led by Chrysostom Canezal, and is planning to acquire a house in Davao City for use as the Saint Anastasia Orthodox Centre.
The St. Petroc Missionary Society
another arm of the St. Petroc WR Paruchia has a Philippine Mission website: two mainland US missions[/b] of St. Petroc:
SAINT BRENDAN Panama City, Florida, USA
SAINT PETER & PAUL Huntsville Alabama
This site lists 2 missions - St. Thomas Mindanao and St. Anastasia, Davao City, although there is no mention of a priest "Fr. Jared" so presumably the parish is visited by WR Petrochian clergy. It does not appear to have been updated since July 2010.
There is also substantial WR missionary efforts of the ROCOR WR in the United Kingdom. [url=http://www.forwardinorthodoxfaith.blogspot.com/]http://www.forwardinorthodoxfaith.blogspot.com/
where the First Hierarch of ROCOR has appointed St. Petroc's Superior, Hieromonk Michael (Mansbridge-Woods) as his Assistant for the UK. The St. Petroc UK site also reports a new Netherlands Mission of St Swithbert
currently worshiping in a private chapel, but seeking a public church or chapel. Again, no mention of whether a WR priest is serving that community or whether it is served from the UK by Fr. Michael (Mansbridge-Wood).
The Mission of St. Nectean
has a website: http://saintnectan.blogspot.com/
as does the Kent Mission of St. Eanswythe [http://kentorthodox.blogspot.com/
Continental Europe also has additional WR missions/parishes listed at the 4 year old entry at http://www.occidentalorthodox.org.uk/directory_of_western_rite_orthod.htm
It is unclear whose jurisdiction these missions are under.