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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... 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 ...
... The Australian National Heritage List comprises the following sites # Image Listed place State Date listed Coordinates Notes 1 Adelaide Park Lands and City. 53.1 73.5166667 (Heard Island) World Heritage Site 35 ... Hermannsburg Historic Precinct (listing) Northern Territory 13 April 2006 23°56′35″S 132°46′40″E ...
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