Extent is pleased to announce two senior staffs have taken equity ownership in the business. As of July 2, Dr Andrew Sneddon and Mr Ian Travers have both taken stakes in Extent Heritage. The partners appreciate the demonstration of confidence this indicated in the business, and we look forward to a long involvement from both. […]
Extent Heritage is pleased to announce the following promotions, Eleanor Banaag, to Senior Heritage Advisor; Alistair Hobbs, to Senior Heritage Advisor; Dr Vidhu Gandhi to Senior Heritage Advisor; Ngaire Richards, to Senior Heritage Advisor; and Ben Calvert, to Heritage Advisor. Thank you to all for your hard work, and we look forward to working with […]
Here’s a glimpse of Extent’s Dr Matthew Kelly presenting at the Archaeology of war Conference in Australian National Maritime Museum about the Multiple voices and multiple places of the Kokoda Trail Campaign: Recent research on a Kokoda Trail battlefield at Eora Creek, PNG. To hear the presentation, click here
Sydney Historical Archaeology Practitioners’ (SHAP) Workshop on 18 May – updated program attached The program for the SHAP (Sydney Historical Archaeology Practitioners’) Workshop has been finalised. The theme is The Role of Archaeology in Heritage Conservation. Tickets are still on sale at https://shap2018.eventbrite.com.au/ – head over to reserve your spot now as places are limited! Tickets are […]
Case Note – Millers Point Community Assoc Inc v Property NSW  NSWLEC 92: The Sirius Building Case Environmental & Planning Law Journal 35/2: 212-217 has just came out today, click HERE to access the journal.
In early 1943 five Australians were murdered on the island of Nauru by the occupying Japanese forces.Their bodies have never been recovered. Extent Heritage is now providing expert archaeological advice and services to a concerted effort to find, identify and re-patriate the remains of those Australians. For more information: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5539577/Lost-burial-site-five-Australians-murdered-Japanese-WWII-Nauru.html
On Sunday 18th March, Extent’s Dr Matthew Kelly gave a talk to the Ashfield and District History Society on the Allied Flour Mill archaeology and milling machinery. Eighty people attended on that Hot Hot day but they were all very enthusiastic for the session called Farms, Flour and Flats Summer Hill Flour Mills. Matthew Pullinger from Hassell […]
Last Thursday, within the walls of Brisbane’s iconic Boggo Road Gaol, Susan McIntyre-Tamwoy spoke on the subject of ‘wounded heritage places’, focusing on Extent’s recent work at Pentridge Gaol, Melbourne.
Ethnography/Ethno-archaeology and the potential for rock art studies in Papua New Guinea Roxanne Tsang — University of Papua New Guinea Ethnographic stories have long been an integral part of socio-cultural research. This paper considers ethnographic stories relating to cave and rock engravings at Jacquinot Bay, in the Bismarck Archipelago where a Lapita site has recently been discovered. […]
In January 2016 AHMS and Futurepast Heritage merged to form Extent Heritage. EXTENT offers the most comprehensive range of built heritage, archaeology and Aboriginal heritage services available within the Australian and Asia Pacific region.