( 2-6-2013 ) WHC-13/37.COM/INF.8B2.Add, IUCN Evaluations of Nominations of Natural and Mixed Properties to the World Heritage List

IUCN Report for the World Heritage Committee, 37th Session Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 16 – 27 June 2013
The Tasmanian Wilderness, Australia, is a mixed property.  Initially inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1982, the property was subsequently extended in 1989. In 2008, a joint World Heritage Centre/IUCN/ICOMOS reactive monitoring mission visited the property and noted that there are currently 21 formal reserves, mainly to the north and east of the property, which are adjacent to the property and covered by its management plan. It recommended (Committee decision 32COM 7B.41) that these areas be added to the property as a boundary modification, and the relevant areas referred to by the mission have been subsequently added to the property as minor boundary modifications with the support of both IUCN and ICOMOS (decisions 34COM 7B.38 and 36 COM 8B.45
The Committee also noted the potential for additional areas to be included in the property, and in  32COM 7B.41 at point 5, the Committee: