Australia’s National Landscapes Program is a joint initiative between Tourism Australia and Parks Australia. The Program aims to:
- Promote Australia’s world class, high quality visitor experiences;
- Increase the value of tourism to regional economies;
- Enhance the role of protected areas in those economies;
- Build support for protecting our natural and cultural assets.
Australia’s National Landscapes Program was launched in December 2006 with the announcement of Australia’s Red Centre as the first National Landscape. In June 2008, seven subsequent landscapes were named at the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE). Since then, another eight Landscapes have joined the Program, completing the collection of 16.
For more information about the Program, download the Australia’s National Landscapes brochure.
Australia’s National Landscapes Program video
Australia’s National Landscapes News ceased production from July 2014. View archive editions below.