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Lion's Head, Doubtful Sound, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
Lion's Head, Doubtful Sound, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
Author: Kasper moreaux (Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported)

New Zealand ratified the World Heritage Convention on 22 November, 1984. As of June 2010, it has three World Heritage Sites, two in the natural category and one in the mixed category. New Zealand also has another y sites on the World Heritage Tentative List.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in New Zealand

  1. Te Wahipounamu - South West New Zealand
  2. Tongariro National Park
  3. New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands

Sites in New Zealand on the World Heritage Tentative List

  1. Auckland Volcanic Fields (2007)
  2. Waters and seabed of Fiordland (Te Moana O Atawhenua) (2007)
  3. Kahurangi National Park, Farewell Spit and Canaan karst system (2007)
  4. Kerikeri Basin historic precinct (2007)
  5. Kermadec Islands and Marine reserve (2007)
  6. Napier Art Deco historic precinct (2007)
  7. Whakarua Moutere (North East Islands) (2007)
  8. Waitangi Treaty Grounds historic precinct (2007)



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