Tag Archive | "National Parks"

The Greater Blue Mountains celebrates a decade of World Heritage

The Greater Blue Mountains celebrates a decade of World Heritage

November 2010 marks the 10th Anniversary of the inscription of the Greater Blue Mountains on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Jervis Bay National Park

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Booderee: World class conservation of Cultural Heritage

Booderee: World class conservation of Cultural Heritage

Australia’s own Booderee National Park on the South Coast NSW took out a global responsible tourism award in London on 10 November 2010.

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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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Heritage walks around Sydney

Heritage walks around Sydney

There are plenty of city walking tours in Sydney on offer, and lots of opportunities to explore magnificent walking tracks free of crowds.

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National Parks: Promotes and Protects

National Parks: Promotes and Protects

New South Wales’ national parks and regional tourism will both benefit from the passing of the National Parks & Wildlife Amendment Bill 2010.

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Walkabout in New South Wales

Walkabout in New South Wales

There is so much to do in New South Wales, but a week will surely persuade you to come back for more, from Sydney to the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley to Jervis Bay, Kangaroo Valley to the Southern Highlands.

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Kimberley Tourism

Kimberley Tourism

The Kimberley region in Western Australia will be included in Tourism Australia’s National Landscapes Program and will feature prominently within Australia’s future international tourism marketing.

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Bureaucracy and Tourism Like Chalk And Cheese

In the area of tourism, it is the government’s role to introduce strategies to grow the industry.

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Park Pass required at Kakadu from April 2010

Park Pass required at Kakadu from April 2010

From 1 April, visitors to Kakadu National Park will be required to purchase a Park Pass.

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Australia’s red centre

Australia’s red centre

Encompassing the World Heritage-listed red rock monolith of Uluru and the mysterious shapes of Kata Tjuta and Uluru, the traditional custodians of this land are the Anangu people.

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Up close and personal with Australian wildlife

Up close and personal with Australian wildlife

Nature was inspired when it created Australia. There are animals you’ll see nowhere else and plants that will amaze you. Australia is one of the most diverse countries on the planet, home to more than one million species of plants and animals, many of which are found nowhere else in the world.

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