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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Australia

Name the 19 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Australia.
UNESCO often lumps together non-contiguous sites into one listing; don't assume "multiple states" means a huge bio-region
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Last updated: May 7, 2019
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New South Wales
Greater Blue Mountains Area
New South Wales
Lord Howe Island Group
New South Wales
Sydney Opera House
New South Wales
Willandra Lakes Region
Northern Territory
Kakadu National Park
Northern Territory
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Queensland
Fraser Island
Queensland
Great Barrier Reef
Queensland
Wet Tropics of Queensland
Tasmania
Macquarie Island
Tasmania
Tasmanian Wilderness
Victoria
Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens
Western Australia
Ningaloo Coast
Western Australia
Purnululu National Park
Western Australia
Shark Bay
(Multiple states)
Australian Convict Sites
(Multiple states)
Australian Fossil Mammal Sites
(Multiple states)
Gondwana Rainforests of Australia
(External federal territory)
Heard and McDonald Islands
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