Australia's World Heritage List

Cultural (4)

  • Australian Convict Sites (2010)

  • Budj Bim Cultural Landscape (2019)

  • Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens (2004)

  • Sydney Opera House (2007)

Natural (12)

  • Australian Fossil Mammal Sites (Riversleigh / Naracoorte) (1994)

  • Fraser Island (1992)

  • Gondwana Rainforests of Australia (1986,1994)

  • Great Barrier Reef (1981)

  • Greater Blue Mountains Area (2000)

  • Heard and McDonald Islands (1997)

  • Lord Howe Island Group (1982)

  • Macquarie Island (1997)

  • Ningaloo Coast (2011)

  • Purnululu National Park (2003)

  • Shark Bay, Western Australia (1991)

  • Wet Tropics of Queensland (1988)

Mixed (4)

  • Kakadu National Park (1981,1987,1992)

  • Tasmanian Wilderness (1982,1989)

  • Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (1987,1994)

  • Willandra Lakes Region (1981)

Two of Australia's 20 World Heritage Sites are in Cairns


Great Barrier Reef 

The Great Barrier Reef is located off Queensland in northeastern Australia and is the largest coral reef area in the world that is said to be visible from space. The 2,300 km area consists of thousands of coral reefs and hundreds of islands of over 600 hard and soft corals, home to countless colorful fish, mollusks, starfish, turtles, dolphins and sharks. doing.


Wet Tropics of Queensland The Wet Tropics of Queensland, or Wet Tropics, stretches along the northeast coast of Australia for some 450 kilometres. Encompassing some 894,420 hectares of mostly tropical rainforest, this stunningly beautiful area is extremely important for its rich and unique biodiversity.



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