The report Implications of climate change for Australia's World Heritage properties: a preliminary assessment is available from the government website Department of Climate Change and the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, from June 2009.
In the government's own words
World Heritage properties are important to all people and have a universal value that transcends national boundaries. Australia's 17 World Heritage properties include the world's largest, the Great Barrier Reef, extensive natural and Indigenous places like Kakadu National Park, isolated marine and terrestrial areas such as Macquarie Island, and Sydney Opera House, an architectural masterpiece.
Accordingly we should be able to expect that federal state and local governments will act to protect these significant properties.
You can download and read the report here
Other adapting to climate change publications available here http://www.climatechange.gov.au/impacts/publications/index.html
Climate Change Adaptation Actions for Local Government was released in June. You can read and download that document from this site. http://www.climatechange.gov.au/impacts/localgovernment/pubs/localadaption_localgovernment.pdf
It could be useful to review some of these publications prior to commenting on Draft South East Queensland Climate Change Management Plan. Publications and information is available from http://www.dip.qld.gov.au/climatechange.