Royal National Park, A place for belonging

The Hon Josh Frydenberg MP, Federal Minister for Environment

Royal National Park is a wonderful place that should be World Heritage listed. Federal and state governments have strongly affirmed their commitment to this suggestion. However, despite being in possession of overwhelming evidence that the area fits the existing criteria, so far the Government has not put Royal National Park on Australia's Tentative World Heritage List where it would inform others of the area's potential and lead to further research and assessment'.

Let's convince them to change their minds. (NB: placing the area on the Tentative List carries no obligation, it simply reaffirms commitment and support.)

Add your name today and ask Minister Frydenberg to include this Place of Belonging to the Australian Tentative List. World Heritage listing of Royal National Park would result in all the world's governments having a share in the acknowledgement of this incredibly significant event in conservation history - the beginning of the national park movement.

SSEC Sutherland Shire Environment Centre
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Sutherland, Australia
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To: The Hon Josh Frydenberg MP, Federal Minister for Environment
From: [Your Name]

Royal National Park is a wonderful place that should be World Heritage listed. Your government's has expressed support for this. However, despite being in possession of overwhelming evidence that the area fits the existing criteria, you have not put Royal National Park on Australia's Tentative World Heritage List where it would inform others of the area's potential and lead to further research and assessment'.

Placing the area on the Tentative List carries no obligation, it simply reaffirms commitment and support.

Minister Frydenberg, please include this Place of Belonging on the Australian Tentative List. World Heritage listing of Royal National Park would result in all the world's governments having a share in the acknowledgement of this incredibly significant event in conservation history - the beginning of the national park movement.