Atherstone Homestead Historical Investigation

Posted Oct 07 in Archaeology, Archaeology of Melbourne, historical archaeology, Historical Research, Melton, VC&A, Victoria

As part of a large-scale residential development project at Melton, 35 km west of Melbourne’s CBD, Dr Vincent Clark & Associates recently excavated the remains of an unusual bluestone structure close to the Toolern Creek. This feature was situated on the Exford Estate, once an extensive squatting property built in 1846 by one of Melton’s […]

VC&A Projects Update

Posted Jun 30 in Aboriginal cultural heritage, about VC&A, Archaeology, Archaeology of Melbourne, cultural heritage due diligence, cultural heritage management, historical archaeology, Lyndhurst, Melton, VC&A, Victoria

Recently we have been updating our website Projects page to better represent the scope of work that we do across Victoria. We have included some details about some of our previously completed cultural heritage management plans (CHMPs) such as: Ravenswood Interchange (for VicRoads), Mernda Central P-12 (for the Department of Education & Training), Cullulleraine Power Line […]

Archaeology of the Toolern Creek: Upcoming Colloquium Presentation

Posted Jan 19 in Aboriginal cultural heritage, Archaeology of Melbourne, Conferences and Papers, cultural heritage management, Melton, Victoria

Next week sees some of our staff members presenting a paper at the Victorian Archaeology Colloquium at La Trobe University. This is the fourth time the colloquium has been held, providing a lively forum for archaeologists, Aboriginal groups, government agencies, academics and students to present the results of their work over the past twelve months. […]