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(Australian Convict Sites)

Hervey Bay. Humpback whale jumping out of the ocean. Fraser Island in the background.
Lyell Dam, Bathurst Region, Central Tablelands, NSW, Australia
Hervey Bay near Fraser Island. The tail of a giant humpback whale.
Noisy miner (Manorina melanocephala) (24 – 27 centimetres) - Lighthouse Hill, Port Stephens, NSW, Australia
Port Stephens entrance from Lighthouse Hill
Bathurst Railway station (1876), NSW, Australia.01c
Hervey Bay near Fraser Island. A giant humpback whale frolicking in the bay.
Courthouse, Bathurst, NSW, Australia..
Graduation 2017, Faculty of Science, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW, Australia.02b
Crested pigeon (Ocyphaps lophotes) (29 – 34 centimetres) - Tanilba Bay, Port Stephens, Hunter (Newcastle) Region, NSW, Australia
Mitchell Conservatorium, Bathurst, NSW, Australia
Abercrombie House, Bathurst, NSW, Australia.02b
Graduation 2017, Faculty of Science, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW, Australia.01b
ANZAC War Memorial, Bathurst, NSW, Australia
All Saints Anglican Cathedral, Bathurst, NSW, Australia
Fraser Island. A massive humpback whale breaching in Wide Bay off  Hervey Bay Queensland.
Abercrombie House, Bathurst, NSW, Australia.01b
Unidentified - Gan Gan Hill, Port Stephens, NSW, Australia
St Stanislaus College, Bathurst, Central Tablelands, NSW, Australia.01b
Australian Red Cedar (Toona ciliata)
Bathurst Railway station (1876), NSW, Australia.02b

国名:au Australia

登録年:2010年

登録基準:(iv),(vi)
The property includes a selection of eleven penal sites, among the thousands established by the British Empire on Australian soil in the 18<sup>th</sup> and 19<sup>th</sup> centuries. The sites are spread across Australia, from Fremantle in Western Australia to Kingston and Arthur's Vale on Norfolk Island in the east; and from areas around Sydney in New South Wales in the north, to sites located in Tasmania in the south. Around 166,000 men, women and children were sent to Australia over 80 years between 1787 and 1868, condemned by British justice to transportation to the convict colonies. Each of the sites had a specific purpose, in terms both of punitive imprisonment and of rehabilitation through forced labour to help build the colony. The Australian Convict Sites presents the best surviving examples of large-scale convict transportation and the colonial expansion of European powers through the presence and labour of convicts.

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