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The Australian National Heritage List is a heritage register, a list of national heritage places deemed to be of outstanding heritage significance to Australia. The list includes natural, historic and indigenous places. Once on the National Heritage List the provisions of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 apply.[1]

Australian National Heritage List
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TypeHeritage register of natural, historic and indigenous places that are not owned by the Commonwealth of Australia
CountryAustralia
Years2012–present
Preceded byRegister of the National Estate
Compiled byCommonwealth of Australia via the Australian Heritage Council
Approved byMinister for the Environment
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The Australian National Heritage List, together with the Commonwealth Heritage List, replaced the former Register of the National Estate. Places on the Australian National Heritage List are places of outstanding heritage value for Australia and the Commonwealth Heritage List for heritage places that are owned or controlled by the Commonwealth of Australia.[2][3]

Contents

Criteria for listingEdit

To be included on the list, a nominated place is assessed by the Australian Heritage Council against nine criteria:[4]

  • importance in the course, or pattern, of Australia's natural or cultural history
  • possession of uncommon, rare or endangered aspects of Australia's natural or cultural history
  • potential to yield information that will contribute to an understanding of Australia's natural or cultural history
  • importance in demonstrating the principal characteristics of a class of Australia's natural or cultural places or environments
  • importance in exhibiting particular aesthetic characteristics valued by a community or cultural group
  • importance in demonstrating a high degree of creative or technical achievement at a particular period
  • strong or special association with a particular community or cultural group for social, cultural or spiritual reasons
  • special association with the life or works of a person, or group of persons, of importance in Australia's natural or cultural history
  • importance as part of Indigenous tradition.

In addition, the place must pass a "significance threshold"; it must have 'outstanding' heritage value to the nation as a whole. This is determined by comparison to other similar places. Once the Heritage Council has made an assessment, it forwards a recommendation to the Minister for the Environment, who shall make a determination.[4]

CompositionEdit

As of 28 September 2017, the Australian National Heritage List comprised 119 heritage places as follows:[5]

State/territory Number of places
Australian Capital Territory 5
New South Wales 35
Northern Territory 4
Queensland 13
South Australia 8
Tasmania 11
Victoria 32
Western Australia 15
Other territories 3
(duplicates): (4)[a]
Total: 119

ListEdit

The Australian National Heritage List comprises the following sites:

# Image Listed place State Date listed Coordinates Notes
1   Abbotsford Convent
(listing)
Victoria 31 August 2017 37°48′09″S 145°00′14″E / 37.8025°S 145.003889°E / -37.8025; 145.003889 (Abbottsford Convent)
2   Adelaide Park Lands and City Layout
(listing)
South Australia 7 November 2008 34°56′05″S 138°37′00″E / 34.93467°S 138.6167°E / -34.93467; 138.6167 (Adelaide Park Lands)
3   Australian Academy of Science Building
(listing)
Australian Capital Territory 21 November 2005 35°17′01.2″S 149°07′21.4″E / 35.283667°S 149.122611°E / -35.283667; 149.122611 (Australian Academy of Science)
4   Australian Alps National Parks and ReservesAlpine National Park
(listing)
Victoria 7 November 2008 36°29′59″S 148°03′50″E / 36.49972°S 148.06389°E / -36.49972; 148.06389 (Alpine National Park)
Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Avon Wilderness
(listing)
Victoria 37°36′45″S 146°50′34″E / 37.61250°S 146.84278°E / -37.61250; 146.84278 (Avon Wilderness Park)
  Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Baw Baw National Park
(listing)
Victoria 37°45′50″S 146°13′23″E / 37.76389°S 146.22306°E / -37.76389; 146.22306 (Baw Baw National Park)
  Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Bimberi Nature Reserve
(listing)
New South Wales 35°34′54″S 148°45′04″E / 35.58167°S 148.75111°E / -35.58167; 148.75111 (Bimberi Nature Reserve)
  Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Brindabella National Park
(listing)
New South Wales 35°13′54″S 148°46′44″E / 35.23167°S 148.77889°E / -35.23167; 148.77889 (Brindabella National Park)
  Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Kosciuszko National Park
(listing)
New South Wales 36°04′20″S 148°20′55″E / 36.07222°S 148.34861°E / -36.07222; 148.34861 (Kosciuszko National Park)
  Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Mount Buffalo National Park
(listing)
Victoria 36°44′18″S 146°46′30″E / 36.73833°S 146.77500°E / -36.73833; 146.77500 (Mount Buffalo National Park)
  Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Namadgi National Park
(listing)
Australian Capital Territory 35°40′00″S 148°57′00″E / 35.66667°S 148.95000°E / -35.66667; 148.95000 (Namadgi National Park)
Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Scabby Range Nature Reserve
(listing)
New South Wales 35°45′55″S 148°52′04″E / 35.76528°S 148.86778°E / -35.76528; 148.86778 (Scabby Range)
  Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Snowy River National Park
(listing)
Victoria 37°16′30″S 148°33′12″E / 37.27500°S 148.55333°E / -37.27500; 148.55333 (Snowy River)
  Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves – Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve
(listing)
Australian Capital Territory 35°27′47″S 148°54′38″E / 35.46306°S 148.91056°E / -35.46306; 148.91056 (Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve)
5   Australian Convict SitesBrickendon Estate
(listing)
Tasmania 23 June 2007 41°37′01″S 147°07′39″E / 41.61694°S 147.12750°E / -41.61694; 147.12750 (Brickendon Estate) World Heritage Site 2010
  Australian Convict SitesCascades Female Factory and Yard 4 North
(listing)
Tasmania 1 August 2007[B] 42°53′37″S 147°17′57″E / 42.89361°S 147.29917°E / -42.89361; 147.29917 (Cascades Female Factory)
  Australian Convict SitesCoal Mines Historic Site
(listing)
Tasmania 1 August 2007 42°59′01″S 147°42′59″E / 42.98361°S 147.71639°E / -42.98361; 147.71639 (Coal Mines)
  Australian Convict SitesCockatoo Island
(listing)
New South Wales 1 August 2007 33°50′49″S 151°10′16″E / 33.84684°S 151.17115°E / -33.84684; 151.17115 (Cockatoo Island)
  Australian Convict SitesDarlington Probation Station
(listing)
Tasmania 1 August 2007 42°34′54″S 148°04′12″E / 42.58167°S 148.07000°E / -42.58167; 148.07000 (Darlington Probation Station)
  Australian Convict SitesFremantle Prison
(listing)
Western Australia 1 August 2005 32°3′18″S 115°45′13″E / 32.05500°S 115.75361°E / -32.05500; 115.75361 (Fremantle Prison)
  Australian Convict SitesOld Great North Road
(listing)
New South Wales 1 August 2007 33°22′42″S 150°59′40″E / 33.37833°S 150.99444°E / -33.37833; 150.99444 (Old Great North Road)
  Australian Convict SitesHyde Park Barracks
(listing)
New South Wales 1 August 2007 33°52′10″S 151°12′45″E / 33.86944°S 151.21250°E / -33.86944; 151.21250 (Hyde Park Barracks)
  Australian Convict SitesKingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area
(listing)
Norfolk Island 1 August 2007 29°03′12″S 167°57′31″E / 29.05333°S 167.95861°E / -29.05333; 167.95861 (KAVHA)
  Australian Convict SitesOld Government House and Government Domain
(listing)
New South Wales 1 August 2007 33°48′35″S 150°59′42″E / 33.80972°S 150.99500°E / -33.80972; 150.99500 (Old Government House)
  Australian Convict SitesPort Arthur Historic site
(listing)
Tasmania 3 June 2005 43°08′52″S 147°51′05″E / 43.14778°S 147.85139°E / -43.14778; 147.85139 (Port Arthur)
  Australian Convict SitesWoolmers Estate
(listing)
Tasmania 23 November 2007 41°37′01″S 147°07′48″E / 41.61694°S 147.13000°E / -41.61694; 147.13000 (Woolmers Estate)
6   Australian Cornish Mining SitesBurra
(listing)
South Australia 9 May 2017 33°40′47″S 138°55′03″E / 33.67972°S 138.91750°E / -33.67972; 138.91750 (Australian Cornish Mining Sites – Burra)
  Australian Cornish Mining SitesMoonta
(listing)
34°04′32″S 137°36′31″E / 34.07556°S 137.60861°E / -34.07556; 137.60861 (Australian Cornish Mining Sites – Moonta)
7   Australian Fossil Mammal Sites (Naracoorte)
(listing)
South Australia 21 May 2007[A] 36°57′S 140°45′E / 36.950°S 140.750°E / -36.950; 140.750 (Naracoorte Caves) Inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1994
  Australian Fossil Mammal Sites (Riversleigh)
(listing)
Queensland 19°04′59″S 138°43′01″E / 19.083°S 138.717°E / -19.083; 138.717 (Riversleigh) World Heritage Site 1994
8   Australian War Memorial and the Memorial Parade
(listing)
Australian Capital Territory 25 April 2006 35°16′49.76″S 149°08′56.56″E / 35.2804889°S 149.1490444°E / -35.2804889; 149.1490444 (Australian War Memorial)
9   Batavia Shipwreck Site and Survivor Camps Area 1629, Houtman Abrolhos
(listing)
Western Australia 6 April 2006 28°29′25″S 113°47′36″E / 28.49028°S 113.79333°E / -28.49028; 113.79333 (Batavia Shipwreck Site)
10   Bondi Beach
(listing)
New South Wales 25 January 2008 33°53′28″S 151°16′40″E / 33.8910°S 151.2778°E / -33.8910; 151.2778 (Bondi Beach)
11   Bonegilla Migrant Camp – Block 19
(listing)
Victoria 7 December 2007 36°07′52″S 147°00′49″E / 36.1310°S 147.0136°E / -36.1310; 147.0136 (Bonegilla)
12   Brewarrina Aboriginal Fish Traps (Baiames Ngunnhu)
(listing)
New South Wales 3 June 2005
13   City of Broken Hill
(listing)
New South Wales 20 January 2015 31°57′S 141°27′E / 31.950°S 141.450°E / -31.950; 141.450 (Broken Hill)
14 Budj Bim National Heritage Landscape – Tyrendarra Area
(listing)
Victoria 20 July 2004 38°12′00″S 141°46′00″E / 38.20000°S 141.76667°E / -38.20000; 141.76667 (Budj Bim Tyrendarra)
  Budj Bim National Heritage Landscape – Mount Eccles Lake Condah Area
(listing)
38°04′00″S 141°55′00″E / 38.06667°S 141.91667°E / -38.06667; 141.91667 (Mount Eccles)
15   The Burke, Wills, King and Yandruwandha National Heritage Place
(listing)
Queensland, South Australia 22 January 2016
16   Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park
(listing)
Victoria 27 January 2005 37°11′29″S 144°12′59″E / 37.19139°S 144.21639°E / -37.19139; 144.21639 (Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park)
17   Centennial Park
(listing)
New South Wales 3 October 2018 33°54′S 151°14′E / 33.900°S 151.233°E / -33.900; 151.233 (Centennial Park)
18 Cheetup Rock Shelter
(listing)
Western Australia 23 October 2009
19   Coranderrk
(listing)
Victoria 7 June 2011 37°41′02″S 145°31′19″E / 37.684007°S 145.521938°E / -37.684007; 145.521938 (Coranderrk)
20   Cyprus Hellene Club - Australian Hall
(listing)
New South Wales 20 May 2008 Site of the Aboriginal Day of Mourning in 1938
21 Dampier Archipelago
(listing)
Western Australia 3 July 2007 20°34′52″S 116°48′29″E / 20.581°S 116.808°E / -20.581; 116.808 (Dampier Archipelago)
22   Dirk Hartog Landing Site 1616 – Cape Inscription Area
(listing)
Western Australia 6 April 2006
23   Dinosaur Stampede National Monument
(listing)
Queensland 20 July 2004 23°00′58″S 142°24′41″E / 23.0161°S 142.4114°E / -23.0161; 142.4114 (Dinosaur Stampede)
24   Echuca Wharf
(listing)
Victoria 26 April 2007 36°07′12″S 144°44′50″E / 36.1199°S 144.7473°E / -36.1199; 144.7473 (Echuca Wharf)
25   Ediacara Fossil Site – Nilpena
(listing)
South Australia 11 January 2007 30°48′28″S 138°08′15″E / 30.80778°S 138.13750°E / -30.80778; 138.13750 (Ediacara Fossil Site)
26 Elizabeth Springs
(listing)
Queensland 4 August 2009
27   Eureka Stockade Gardens
(listing)
Victoria 8 December 2004 37°33′55″S 143°53′3″E / 37.56528°S 143.88417°E / -37.56528; 143.88417 (Eureka Stockade Gardens)
28   First Government House Site, Sydney
(listing)
New South Wales 19 August 2005
29   Fitzgerald River National Park
(listing)
Western Australia 6 May 2016 33°56′51″S 119°36′55″E / 33.94750°S 119.61528°E / -33.94750; 119.61528 (Fitzgeral River National Park)
30   Flemington Racecourse
(listing)
Victoria 7 November 2006 37°47′25″S 144°54′45″E / 37.79028°S 144.91250°E / -37.79028; 144.91250 (Flemington Racecourse)
31   Fraser Island
(listing)
Queensland 21 May 2007[A] 25°13′S 153°08′E / 25.217°S 153.133°E / -25.217; 153.133 (Fraser Island) World Heritage Site 1992
32   Glass House Mountains National Landscape
(listing)
Queensland 3 August 2006 26°50′51″S 152°57′15″E / 26.84750°S 152.95417°E / -26.84750; 152.95417 (Glass House Mountains)
33   Glenrowan Heritage Precinct
(listing)
Victoria 5 July 2005 36°28′S 146°14′E / 36.467°S 146.233°E / -36.467; 146.233 (Glenrowan Heritage Precinct) Site of the Siege of Glenrowan and the capture of Ned Kelly
34   Goldfields Water Supply Scheme
(listing)
Western Australia 23 June 2011
35   Gondwana RainforestsBarrington Tops Area
(listing)
New South Wales 21 May 2007[A] 32°03′10″S 151°29′37″E / 32.05278°S 151.49361°E / -32.05278; 151.49361 (Barrington Tops) World Heritage Site 1986
  Gondwana RainforestsFocal Peak Group
(listing)
NSW, Qld
  Gondwana RainforestsHastings-Macleay Group
(listing)
New South Wales
  Gondwana RainforestsIluka Nature Reserve
(listing)
New South Wales
  Gondwana RainforestsMain Range National Park
(listing)
NSW, Qld 27°48′57″S 152°15′56″E / 27.81583°S 152.26556°E / -27.81583; 152.26556 (Main Range)
  Gondwana RainforestsNew England Group
(listing)
New South Wales
  Gondwana RainforestsShield Volcano Group
(listing)
NSW, Qld
  Gondwana RainforestsWashpool and Gibraltar Range
(listing)
New South Wales
36   Grampians National Park (Gariwerd)
(listing)
Victoria 15 December 2006 37°12′28″S 142°23′59″E / 37.20778°S 142.39972°E / -37.20778; 142.39972 (Grampians)
37   Great Barrier Reef
(listing)
Queensland 21 May 2007[A] 18°17′10″S 147°42′00″E / 18.28611°S 147.70000°E / -18.28611; 147.70000 (Great Barrier Reef) World Heritage Site 1981
38   Greater Blue Mountains Area
(listing)
New South Wales 21 May 2007[A] 33°43′05″S 150°18′38″E / 33.71806°S 150.31056°E / -33.71806; 150.31056 (Greater Blue Mountains Area) World Heritage Site 2000
39   Great Ocean Road
(listing)
Victoria 7 April 2011 38°44′02″S 143°41′14″E / 38.73389°S 143.68722°E / -38.73389; 143.68722 (Great Ocean Road)
40   HMAS Sydney and HSK Kormoran shipwreck sites
(listing)
Western Australia 14 March 2011 26°14′31″S 111°12′48″E / 26.24194°S 111.21333°E / -26.24194; 111.21333 (HMAS Sydney) The two ships lie 22 kilometres (14 mi) apart.
41   HMVS Cerberus
(listing)
Victoria 14 December 2005 37°58′03″S 145°00′28″E / 37.9675°S 145.0079°E / -37.9675; 145.0079 (HMVS Cerberus)
42   HMS Sirius
(listing)
Norfolk Island 25 October 2011 29°2′36.9″S 167°57′18″E / 29.043583°S 167.95500°E / -29.043583; 167.95500 (HMS Sirius)
43   Heard and McDonald Islands
(listing)
External territory 21 May 2007[A] 53°06′00″S 73°31′00″E / 53.10000°S 73.51667°E / -53.10000; 73.51667 (Heard Island) World Heritage Site 1997
44   Hermannsburg Historic Precinct
(listing)
Northern Territory 13 April 2006 23°56′35″S 132°46′40″E / 23.942957°S 132.777915°E / -23.942957; 132.777915 (Hermannsburg)
45   High Court of Australia (former)
(listing)
Victoria 11 July 2007
46   High CourtNational Gallery precinct
(listing)
Australian Capital Territory 23 November 2007
47   ICI Building
(listing)
Victoria 21 September 2005 37°48′32″S 144°58′24″E / 37.809°S 144.97344°E / -37.809; 144.97344 (ICI building)
48   Jordan River Levee
(listing)
Tasmania 23 December 2011 Archeological site on a tributary of the River Derwent
49   Kamay Botany Bay
(listing)
New South Wales 15 December 2006 34°01′14″S 151°13′29″E / 34.02056°S 151.22472°E / -34.02056; 151.22472Coordinates: 34°01′14″S 151°13′29″E / 34.02056°S 151.22472°E / -34.02056; 151.22472
50   Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Lion Island, Long Island and Spectacle Island Nature Reserves
(listing)
New South Wales 15 December 2006
51   Kakadu National Park
(listing)
Northern Territory 21 May 2007[A] World Heritage Site 1981
52   Kurnell Peninsula Headland
(listing)
New South Wales 20 September 2004 James Cook's first landing site in Australia in 1770
53 Koonalda Cave
(listing)
South Australia 15 October 2014 31°24′S 129°53′E / 31.400°S 129.883°E / -31.400; 129.883 (Koonalda Cave)
54   Lesueur National Park
(listing)
Western Australia 6 May 2016 30°08′04″S 115°06′02″E / 30.13444°S 115.10056°E / -30.13444; 115.10056 (Lesueur National Park)
55   Lord Howe Island Group
(listing)
New South Wales 21 May 2007[A] 31°33′S 159°05′E / 31.550°S 159.083°E / -31.550; 159.083 (Lord Howe Island) World Heritage Site 1982
56   Macquarie Island
(listing)
Tasmania 21 May 2007[A] 54°37′00″S 158°51′00″E / 54.6167°S 158.85°E / -54.6167; 158.85 (Macquarie Island) World Heritage Site 1997
57   Mawsons Huts and Mawsons Huts Historic site
(listing)
Australian Antarctic Territory 27 January 2005 67°00′30″S 142°39′40″E / 67.00833°S 142.66111°E / -67.00833; 142.66111 (Mawsons Huts)
58   Melbourne Cricket Ground
(listing)
Victoria 26 December 2005 37°49′12″S 144°59′0″E / 37.82000°S 144.98333°E / -37.82000; 144.98333 (Melbourne Cricket Ground)
59   Melbourne's Domain Parkland and Memorial Precinct
(listing)
Victoria 11 February 2018 37°49′14″S 144°58′08″E / 37.82056°S 144.96889°E / -37.82056; 144.96889 (Melbourne's Domain Parkland and Memorial Precinct) "The area was previously included in the National Heritage List using the emergency listing provisions of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Act 1999 on 13 February 2017. The area was reviewed further under these provisions leading to a decision to keep the place with some alterations to its boundary and heritage values."
60   Moree Baths and Swimming Pool Complex
(listing)
New South Wales 6 September 2013 29°28′27″S 149°50′48″E / 29.47417°S 149.84667°E / -29.47417; 149.84667 (Moree Baths and Swimming Pool Complex)
61   Mount William Stone Hatchet Quarry
(listing)
Victoria 25 February 2008 37°12′38″S 144°48′37″E / 37.210516°S 144.810297°E / -37.210516; 144.810297 (Mount William Stone Hatchet Quarry)
62   Murtoa No. 1 Grain Shed
(listing)
Victoria 1 October 2014 36°37′23″S 142°28′41″E / 36.6231°S 142.478°E / -36.6231; 142.478 (Murtoa No. 1 Grain Shed)
63 Myall Creek Massacre and Memorial Site
(listing)
New South Wales 7 June 2008 29°46′52″S 150°42′45″E / 29.781168°S 150.712613°E / -29.781168; 150.712613 (Myall Creek Massacre and Memorial Site)
64   Newman College
(listing)
Victoria 21 September 2005 37°47′42″S 144°57′49″E / 37.79500°S 144.96361°E / -37.79500; 144.96361 (Newman College)
65   The Ningaloo Coast
(listing)
Western Australia 6 January 2010
66   Ngarrabullgan
(listing)
Queensland 12 May 2011
67   North Head, Sydney
(listing)
New South Wales 12 May 2006
68   Old Parliament House and Curtilage
(listing)
Australian Capital Territory 20 June 2006 35°18′08″S 149°07′48″E / 35.302097°S 149.12992°E / -35.302097; 149.12992 (Old Parliament House)
69   Point Cook Air Base
(listing)
Victoria 29 August 2007 37°55′54″S 144°45′12″E / 37.93167°S 144.75333°E / -37.93167; 144.75333 (Point Cook Air Base)
70   Point Nepean Defence Sites and Quarantine Station Area
(listing)
Victoria 16 June 2006
71   Porongurup National Park
(listing)
Western Australia 4 August 2009
72   Purnululu National Park
(listing)
Western Australia 21 May 2007[A] World Heritage Site 2003
73   QANTAS hangar, Longreach
(listing)
Queensland 2 May 2009 23°26′11″S 144°16′28″E / 23.436474°S 144.27452°E / -23.436474; 144.27452 (Qantas Hangar, Longreach)
74   Queen Victoria Market
(listing)
Victoria 23 July 2018 37°48′25″S 144°57′24″E / 37.806966°S 144.956693°E / -37.806966; 144.956693 (Queen Victoria Market)
75   Quinkan Country
(listing)
Queensland 10 November 2018 15°38′42″S 144°30′26″E / 15.64500°S 144.50722°E / -15.64500; 144.50722 (Quinkan Country)
76   Recherche Bay (North East Peninsula) Area
(listing)
Tasmania 7 October 2005
77   Richmond Bridge
(listing)
Tasmania 25 November 2005
78   Rippon Lea House and Gardens
(listing)
Victoria 11 August 2006 37°52′45″S 144°59′58″E / 37.8792°S 144.9995°E / -37.8792; 144.9995 (Rippon Lea)
79   Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens
(listing)
Victoria 20 July 2004 37°48′17″S 144°58′16″E / 37.804728°S 144.971225°E / -37.804728; 144.971225 (Royal Exhibition Buildings) World Heritage Site 2004
80   Royal National Park and Garawarra State Conservation Area
(listing)
New South Wales 15 September 2006
81   Shark Bay
(listing)
Western Australia 21 May 2007[A] World Heritage Site 1991
82   Sidney Myer Music Bowl
(listing)
Victoria 21 September 2005 37°49′24″S 144°58′28″E / 37.82329°S 144.974454°E / -37.82329; 144.974454 (Sidney Myer Music Bowl)
83   Snowy Mountains Scheme
(listing)
New South Wales 14 October 2016 36°18′S 148°28′E / 36.300°S 148.467°E / -36.300; 148.467 (Snowy Mountains Scheme)
84   South Australia's Parliament House
(listing)
South Australia 26 January 2006
85   Stirling Range National Park
(listing)
Western Australia 15 December 2006
86   Sydney Harbour Bridge
(listing)
New South Wales 19 March 2007 33°51′08″S 151°12′38″E / 33.85222°S 151.21056°E / -33.85222; 151.21056 (Sydney Harbour Bridge)
87   Sydney Opera House
(listing)
New South Wales 12 July 2005 33°51′25″S 151°12′55″E / 33.85694°S 151.21528°E / -33.85694; 151.21528 (Sydney Opera House) World Heritage Site 2007
88   Tasmanian Wilderness
(listing)
Tasmania 21 May 2007[A] World Heritage Site 1982
89   Tree of Knowledge, Barcaldine
(listing)
Queensland 26 January 2006 Poisoned in 2006 and felled in 2007
90   Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
(listing)
Northern Territory 21 May 2007[A] 25°20′42″S 131°02′10″E / 25.34500°S 131.03611°E / -25.34500; 131.03611 (Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park) World Heritage Site 1987
91   Warrumbungle National Park
(listing)
New South Wales 15 December 2006 31°13′54″S 149°01′04″E / 31.23167°S 149.01778°E / -31.23167; 149.01778 (Warrumbungle National Park)
92 Wave Hill walk-off route
(listing)
Northern Territory 9 August 2007
93   Western Tasmania Aboriginal Cultural Landscape
(listing)
Tasmania 8 February 2013
94   West Kimberley
(listing)
Western Australia 31 August 2011
95   Wet Tropics of Queensland
(listing)
Queensland 21 May 2007[A] World Heritage Site 1988
96 Wilgie Mia
(listing)
Western Australia 24 February 2011 26°58′S 117°39′E / 26.967°S 117.650°E / -26.967; 117.650 (Wilgie Mia)
97   Willandra Lakes Region
(listing)
New South Wales 21 May 2007[A] 33°39′55″S 143°00′04″E / 33.66528°S 143.00111°E / -33.66528; 143.00111 (Willandra Lakes) World Heritage Site 1981
Includes Lake Mungo
98   Witjira-Dalhousie Springs
(listing)
South Australia 4 August 2009 26°27′39″S 135°31′23″E / 26.46083°S 135.52306°E / -26.46083; 135.52306 (Dalhousie Springs)
99   Wurrwurrwuy stone arrangements
(listing)
Northern Territory 7 August 2013 12°19′52″S 136°55′58″E / 12.3311°S 136.9328°E / -12.3311; 136.9328 (Wurrwurrwuy stone arrangements)
100 Yea Flora Fossil Site
(listing)
Victoria 11 January 2007 37°13′15″S 145°26′57″E / 37.22083°S 145.44917°E / -37.22083; 145.44917 (Yea Flora Fossil Site)

NotesEdit

  • A One of 15 World Heritage places included in the National Heritage List on 21 May 2007.
  • B Yard 4 North was added on 4 August 2009.

Further notes about tableEdit

  1. ^ The following historic resources are included within multiple state lists:

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, Section 324A". Australasian Legal Information Institute. Retrieved 28 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Register of the National Estate". Australian Government. Retrieved 5 July 2015.
  3. ^ Environment.gov.au, Retrieved 21 September 2009
  4. ^ a b "National Heritage List criteria". About Australia's heritage. Department of the Environment and Energy, Australian Government. Retrieved 17 May 2018.
  5. ^ "Search: National Heritage List". Australian Heritage Database. Department of the Environment and Energy, Australian Government. Retrieved 28 September 2017.

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