The cultural landscape paradigm is a wide discipline in which natural and human patterns/processes are overlapped with many layers and meanings, which are continuously reshaping with changing demands and uses. Cultural landscapes consider as a heritage entity and managed as per set guidelines. Here, the book sets out to investigate and question the Burra Charter, its interpretations and approaches for protection of cultural landscape in Australia. It finds that there are many gaps in understanding the multiple meanings of heritage landscape which often misses the gist of landscape in understanding the cultural significance of a place. In order to overcome these limitations, the research has proposed a new framework based on landscape theories. A proposed Cultural Landscape Paradigm (CLP) through its ecological, experiential and narrative approach tries to answer the inadequacy of the conventional heritage practices. This CLP is then demonstrated on a culturally significant landscape of Prospect Reservoir in western Sydney. In totality, this book provides a framework of interpreting and assessing the cultural significance of a place in a more holistic manner.