Australia is home to several world heritage sites, including pristine rainforests, marine parks, historic convict settlements and world-class architecture.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site is a place that’s culturally or physically significant to the international community, which an international committee considers as being of ‘outstanding universal value’.
Here are some of the Australia’s treasures which feature on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Ningaloo Coast, Western Australia
Recently inscribed on the World Heritage List, the Ningaloo Coast includes one of the world’s longest near-shore reefs. With turquoise waters, underground caves, more...