kaneepoorreewooka-wanoong meerreeng – peeneeyt meerreeng, peeneeyt maar 

We honour Country – strong Country strong people

The language used in the title of this Report is from the Keerray Wooroong language of the Gunditjmara Nation language family
Australia’s heritage tells our story and is irreplaceable. Our heritage is those aspects of the natural and cultural environment that we wish to look after and pass on to future generations. This means that decisions that might damage or destroy Australia’s heritage need to be made with the greatest of care and with a clear understanding of their impact.   
Key Findings
Find out the main messages of the report. Each chapter has 10 key points that summarise the findings of the chapter.
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Outlook and impacts
Where are we headed? Understand the outlook of our heritage, based on how it is tracking now and how we are managing it. Also find out how recent changes will affect our health and wellbeing.
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How are the different aspects of our heritage tracking? Explore the condition of Indigenous, natural and historic heritage, as well as our protected World, National and Commonwealth Heritage sites.
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What are the pressures on our heritage? Identify the main climate, population and industry pressures for heritage, and find out how they are affecting heritage values and our own wellbeing.
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How effective is our management of heritage? Discover the main management interventions and approaches, and how well they protect our heritage and minimise the impact of pressures.
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Chapter resources
Find out about the chapter authors and their analysis approach, the artwork appearing in the chapter, and the available supplementary material.
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