THE NSW Government this week announced that three Sydney landmarks – the Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Town Hall and Luna Park – were listed on the State Heritage Register.
Premier Kristina Keneally, Planning Minister Tony Kelly and Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore made the announcement at Sydney's Town Hall on Tuesday.
At the announcement, Ms Keneally said that the "three sites embody the history and identity of Australia's global city" and that the State heritage listing "will also ensure that they are protected and can be enjoyed for generations to come." Ms Keneally added that "it is impossible to think about Sydney without these three landmarks."
- Written by Urbanalyst