Australia's World Heritage Sites WEA Sydney

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Acquire an understanding of World Heritage and an understanding and appreciation of Australia’s sites. Explore Australia's geography and history including the Great Barrier Reef, Kakadu National Park, Willandra Lakes Region, Lord Howe Island Group, Tasmanian Wilderness, Gondwana Rainforests of Australia, Uluṟu - Kata Tjuṯa National Park, Wet Tropics of Queensland, Shark Bay, Western Australia K’gari (Fraser Island), Australian Fossil Mammal Sites, Heard and McDonald Islands, Macquarie Island, Greater Blue Mountains Area, Purnululu National Park, Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, Sydney Opera House, Australian Convict Sites, Ningaloo Coast, Budj Bim Cultural Landscape and Murujuga (Burrup Peninsula).


  • Face-to-Face



  • Introduction to the concept of world heritage and the world heritage in Australia and what constitutes the process and requirements
  • Each week explore the history and geography of both famous and less famous sites in Australia


By the end of this course, students should be able to:

  1. Understand the concept and parameters of world heritage generally and for Australia
  2. Identify a variety of world heritage sites in Australia and understand why they have qualified for listing
  3. Understand the physical and cultural features and beauty of the sites in Australia