A unique island of sand dunes and rainforest.
An ancient site of great historical and cultural significance to indigenous Polynesians.
Beautiful and ancient rainforests that are home to a diversity of species.
A vast wilderness area of great natural beauty with mountains, fjords, sounds, rainforests, glaciers, and a range of fauna and flora.
A vast area of tropical rainforest, home to a huge diversity of plant and animal species.
A landmark of 20th-century architecture on Sydney Harbor.
An enormous biologically-diverse coral reef along Australia’s east coast.
Several nature reserves that are home to a huge diversity of flora, representing species important to the evolution of plant life.
An awe-inspiring rock formation that is sacred to the local indigenous people, and similar red-rock domes not far away.
Eleven separate locations that illustrate elements of the 19th-century British penal system of “transportation” to Australia.
A diverse group of nature reserves that are important for biological diversity and that serve as refuge to many species endemic to Australia.
A unique natural environment of dramatic landscapes and ecosystems representing evolutionary history.
A remote place of rugged beauty in its fringing reef and its arid mountains, gorges and canyons.
A very remote location with dramatic beehive rock formations.