Tag Archive | "National Heritage List"

Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Historic Area

Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Historic Area

The Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area on Norfolk Island is one of the foremost national examples of a cultural landscape with heritage and social values and is listed on the National Heritage List.

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Cuts to Australian War Memorial: will it effect Heritage Tourism

There should be no question that our most significant and internationally recognised memorial to our fallen be funded fully and properly. The Australian War Memorial is also a major heritage tourism attraction not just for Australian but also oversea tourists.

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Painting The Rocks: the loss of Old Sydney

Painting The Rocks: the loss of Old Sydney

The first decades of the 20th century saw countless buildings from our colonial past torn down, this exhibition in Sydney places the 1902 artists’ paintings alongside the commissioned photography, inspection reports and remodelling plans.

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Old Great North Road: World Heritage

Old Great North Road: World Heritage

The Old Great North Road in the Hawkesbury region NSW is the best surviving example of an intact convict-built road with massive structural works, which remains undisturbed by later development.

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The Ningaloo Coast has been nominated for World Heritage listing

The Ningaloo Coast has been nominated for World Heritage listing

The Ningaloo Coast has been nominated for World Heritage listing. It has also been included in the National Heritage List - Australia's most prestigious heritage recognition.

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Heritage Honour for Iconic Alps

Heritage Honour for Iconic Alps

One of the nation’s most outstanding and breathtaking mountain landscapes, the Australian Alps, has been awarded Australia’s highest heritage honour with its inclusion in the National Heritage List.

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