Set of stamps
Australia world-renowned natural assets include many regions of virtually untouched wilderness. This stamp issue, the second in a series, includes three areas noted for natural beauty and cultural significance.Read more
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Australia world-renowned natural assets include many regions of virtually untouched wilderness. This stamp issue, the second in a series, includes three areas noted for natural beauty and cultural significance.
Judbarra/Gregory National Park, the largest in the Northern Territory, boasts spectacular ranges, gorges, birdlife and rock art, and incorporates the traditional lands of several indigenous peoples.
The Blue Mountain National Park, located west of Sydney, is one of the country’s most frequently visited parks, and includes the Three Sisters rock formation. In 2000 the region was placed on the World Heritage List.
Victoria’s Alpine National Park covers much of the higher areas of the Great Dividing Range, including Mount Bogong, subalpine woodland and the grasslands of the Bogong High Plains.
Issue date: 1 October 2014
Issue withdrawal date: tba
FDI withdrawal date: 30 November 2014
Denominations: 1 x $2.75, 1 x $5.35, 1 x $7.40
Stamp design: Boschen Design
Product design: John White
Printer: RA Print
Paper - gummed: Tullis Russell
Paper - self-adhesive: B100
Printing process: Lithography
Stamp size: 26mm x 37.5mm
Perforations: 14.6 x 13.86
Sheet layout: Module of 50
National postmark: Hill Top, NSW 2575
Two self-adhesive sheetlets use previously released stamp designs - Tasmanian Devil - $1.85 (2006) and Sydney Harbour Bridge - $1.95 (2007).