Australian National Heritage List
On 7 November 2008 The Park was added to the Australian National Heritage List as one of eleven areas constituting the Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves.
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... The Australian National Heritage List comprises the following sites # Image Listed place State Date listed Coordinates Notes 1 Adelaide Park Lands and City Layout (listing) South Australia 7. 73.5166667°E / -53.1 73.5166667 (Heard Island) World Heritage Site 35 ... Hermannsburg Historic Precinct (listing) Northern Territory 13 April 2006 23 ...
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