Register of the National Estate

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The Register of the National Estate was a heritage register that listed natural and cultural heritage places in Australia that was closed in 2007.wikipedia
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Australian National Heritage List

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It has been partly replaced by the Australian National Heritage List and the Commonwealth Heritage List and various state and territory heritage registers.
The Australian National Heritage List, together with the Commonwealth Heritage List, replaced the former Register of the National Estate.

Commonwealth Heritage List

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It has been partly replaced by the Australian National Heritage List and the Commonwealth Heritage List and various state and territory heritage registers.
The Register of the National Estate was retained but lost its statutory power.

Australian Heritage Commission

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The register was initially compiled between 1976 and 2003 by the Australian Heritage Commission, after which the register was maintained by the Australian Heritage Council.
A critical component of the Commission was the creation of the Register of the National Estate, which was intended as an inventory of ''...those places, being components of the natural environment of Australia or the cultural environment of Australia, that have aesthetic, historic, scientific or social significance or other special value for future generations as well as for the present community''.

List of heritage registers

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The Register of the National Estate was a heritage register that listed natural and cultural heritage places in Australia that was closed in 2007.

National Heritage Database

Places listed on the Register remain in a non-statutory archive and are still able to be viewed via the National Heritage Database.

Australian Heritage Council

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The register was initially compiled between 1976 and 2003 by the Australian Heritage Commission, after which the register was maintained by the Australian Heritage Council.

Clough Williams-Ellis

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The expression "national estate" was first used by the British architect Clough Williams-Ellis, and reached Australia in the 1970s.

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The Register of the National Estate was a heritage register that listed natural and cultural heritage places in Australia that was closed in 2007. This article incorporates text from Criteria for the Register of the National Estate published by the Commonwealth of Australia 2018 under CC-BY-4.0 licence, accessed on 3 September 2018.

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This article incorporates text from Criteria for the Register of the National Estate published by the Commonwealth of Australia 2018 under CC-BY-4.0 licence, accessed on 3 September 2018.

List of fire stations

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*Crows Nest Fire Station, 99 Shirley Rd, Crows Nest, registered on the now-defunct Register of the National Estate

Wireless Hill Park

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The site is listed in the Register of the National Estate.

History of Braidwood, New South Wales

Braidwood and Its Setting
The historic nature of the town has been recognised with the listing of the entire town on the former Register of the National Estate on 21 October 1980 and the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 3 April 2006.

Hampden Bridge, Wagga Wagga

Hampden Bridge
The Hampden Bridge was a heritage-listed wooden Allan Truss bridge over the Murrumbidgee River in Wagga Wagga, in New South Wales, Australia.

St James' Church, Sydney

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It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 3 September 2004; and was listed on the (now defunct) Register of the National Estate, and has been described as one of the world's 80 greatest man-made treasures.

Bronte House

The property is owned by Waverley Municipal Council and was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999 and is listed on the (now defunct) Register of the National Estate.

Cape Sorell Lighthouse

The Cape Sorell Lighthouse is a heritage-listed lighthouse that is located on Cape Sorell in the West Coast region of Tasmania, Australia.

Scabby Range Nature Reserve

Scabby Range
It was established on 3 December 1982 and added to the former Australian Register of the National Estate on 30 June 1992.

Savoy Hotel, Perth

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It is listed on the State Register of Historic Places, has been classified by the National Trust of Australia, and was listed on the former Register of the National Estate.

Strickland House, Vaucluse

Strickland House
It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999 and on 21 March 1978 was listed on the (now defunct) Register of the National Estate.

St Michael's Anglican Church, Surry Hills

St Michael's ChurchSt Michael's, Surry Hills
It is located on the corner of Albion and Flinders Street and together with the adjoining rectory and parish hall it is listed on the Register of the National Estate.

Juniper Hall, Paddington

Juniper Hall
The two-storey Old Colonial Georgian house was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999 and is listed on the (now defunct) Register of the National Estate

St Peters Church, St Peters

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The church is listed on the NSW State Heritage Register and on the (now defunct) Register of the National Estate.

List of heritage places in York, Western Australia

The town site of York was registered as an Historic Town in 1978 on the Register of the National Estate.

Swifts, Darling Point

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Swifts was listed on the Register of the National Estate on 21 October 1980, and the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999.