Keywords

Keywords


Keywords belonging Commonwealth Heritage List.

List Category Keyword Definition Artefact
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Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth Heritage List   Criterion: A Processes The place has significant heritage value because of the place's importance in the course, or pattern, of Australia's natural or cultural history.   50
Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth Heritage List   Criterion: B Rarity - uncommon, rare or endangered The place has significant heritage value because of the place's possession of uncommon, rare or endangered aspects of Australia's natural or cultural history.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth Heritage List   Criterion: C Potential information The place has significant heritage value because of the place's potential to yield information that will contribute to an understanding of Australia's natural or cultural history.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth Heritage List   Criterion: D Characterisitc Values - principal characteristics of natural or cultural places or environments The place has significant heritage value because of the place's importance in demonstrating the principal characteristics of: (i) a class of Australia's natural or cultural places; or (ii) a class of Australia's natural or cultural environments.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth Heritage List   Criterion: E Aesthetic Charateristics The place has significant heritage value because of the place's importance in exhibiting particular aesthetic characteristics valued by a community or cultural group.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth Heritage List   Criterion: F Technical or creative achievement The place has significant heritage value because of the place's importance in demonstrating a high degree of creative or technical achievement at a particular period.   50
Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth Heritage List   Criterion: G Social cultural or spiritual The place has significant heritage value because of the place's strong or special association with a particular community or cultural group for social, cultural or spiritual reasons.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth Heritage List   Criterion: H Significant people - association with person(s) The place has significant heritage value because of the place's special association with the life or works of a person, or group of persons, of importance in Australia's natural or cultural history.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Commonwealth heritage List   Criterion: I Indigenous tradition The place has significant heritage value because of the place's importance as part of indigenous tradition.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Assessed place The Council has completed the assessment of the place referred to it by the Minister.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Destroyed place The place has been destroyed before being assessed or listed.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Emergency listing The Minister has been satisfied that the place has one or more Commonwealth Heritage values and that any one or more of those values is under threat. He has by instrument published in the Gazette, included the place in the Commonwealth Heritage List. Such places are subsequently referred to the Council for assessment.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Indicative place Data provided to or obtained by the Heritage Division has been entered into the database. However, a formal nomination has not been made and the Council has not received the data for assessment. The data in the place does not necessarily represent the views of the Council or the Minister.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Ineligible place At some stage in the assessment process, but prior to listing, the place ceases to be in a Commonwealth area, or, if outside the Australian jurisdiction, is no longer owned or leased by the Commonwealth.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Listed place The Council has sent an assessment to the Minister and the Minister has entered the place in the Commonwealth Heritage List. He does this by instrument published in the Gazette.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Nominated place The Minister's delegate has received a nomination on the approved form and carried out an initial assessment on data adequacy. The nomination either will be or has been referred to the Council for assessment. The data will generally be that provided by the nominator, but will be updated during assessment. The significance or values attributed to the place are the views of the nominator and not necessarily those of either the Council or the Minister.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Place not included The Council has sent an assessment to the Minister and the Minister has decided not to include the place in the Commonwealth Heritage List. This cecision will appear on the Internet with the reasons for the decision.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Removed place Either the Minister " has removed the place from the CHL as the place is no longer in a Commonwealth area or, if the place is outside the Australian jurisdiction, the place is no longer owned or leased by the Commonwealth or a Commonwealth Agency; or " has removed the place because he is satisfied that the place no longer has any Commonwealth Heritage values; or " has decided that it is necessary to do so in the interests of Australia's defence or security.    
Commonwealth Heritage List Legal status   Within listed place - any values given in record for listed place This place is within the larger area entered in the Commonwealth Heritage List. Whilst the place has not been specifically assessed, it may have heritage values. Such values may be identified in the record for the encompassing area.