Bulla Excavations

Posted Apr 07 in Aboriginal cultural heritage, Archaeology, Archaeology of Melbourne, City of Hume, Conferences and Papers, cultural heritage management, Victoria

The valleys of the Maribyrnong River system form some of the most dramatic landscapes in the greater Melbourne area. A series of waterways cut through the flat volcanic plain, meandering through deep gorges where layers of geological formations are exposed, such as the impressive basalt columns at Organ Pipes National Park. Aboriginal occupation of the […]

Walking Track CHMPs

Posted Mar 25 in Aboriginal cultural heritage, Archaeology, Archaeology of Melbourne, cultural heritage due diligence, cultural heritage management, Gippsland, Macedon Ranges, Mount Alexander Shire, Victoria, Yarra Ranges

Here at Dr Vincent Clark & Associates we have prepared many Cultural Heritage Management Plans for walking track projects, or ‘shared user paths’ across Victoria. Most recently we completed a CHMP on behalf of Parks Victoria for the Mullum Mullum Shared Use Path. The track is located in the Mullum Mullum Linear Park, which has the Eastlink […]

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. […]

Merry Christmas

Posted Dec 22 in about VC&A, Coburg, cultural heritage management, VC&A, Victoria

Merry Christmas from Dr Vincent Clark & Associates! Today is our last day in the office for the year. We will re-open on the 5th January 2015. Thank you to all our clients, staff and friends for all your continued support throughout 2014. We hope to see you all again in the New Year! And […]

iArchaeology: Part 2

Posted Nov 28 in about VC&A, Archaeology, cultural heritage management, Lyndhurst, Victoria

Following on from our iArchaeology post from August, we thought we would take the opportunity to share some our experiences making use of the iPad as a 21st century archaeology tool. Over the last few months the VC&A iPad has been put through its paces on a 50 day field project. As part of this […]

Upcoming Victorian Archaeology Colloquium

Posted Jan 30 in Archaeology, Conferences and Papers, cultural heritage management, Victoria

The third annual Victorian Archaeology Colloquium will be held next week at La Trobe University, an event that is fast becoming an unmissable date in the calendar for anybody with an interest in archaeology in Victoria.  The colloquium provides a forum for consultants, academics, government agencies, Aboriginal groups and students to voice ideas and share […]