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- Nomination of Purnululu National Park by the Government of Australia for Inscription on the World Heritage List (PDF - 2,115 KB)
- Purnululu factsheet (PDF - 415 KB)
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- Purnululu World Heritage nomination
- World Heritage Committee information for Purnululu National Park
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- Nomination of Purnululu National Park by the Government of Australia for Inscription on the World Heritage List
Environment Australia, 2002.
- Nomination of Purnululu National Park by the Government of Australia for Inscription on the World Heritage List, Supplementary Information
Provided by Australia in support of the nomination, Environment Australia, September 2002.
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- Australian Heritage Council's Register of the National Estate database .
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