© 2019 by ArchLink Archaeologists and Heritage Advisors

86B Olinda-Monbulk Rd, Olinda Victoria 3788  AUSTRALIA

03 9751 2889    0417 658 879

OUR TEAM

ArchLink Archaeologists and Heritage Advisors is based in Melbourne and provides a full range of archaeological services across Victoria. With over 20 years experience in archaeology and heritage, the team at ArchLink understands the high level of professionalism and diligence required for matters of cultural and heritage significance. Our clients include government organisations, local councils, private developers and other heritage consultants and companies. Our services have been repeatedly sought by City of Albury, City of Whittlesea, City of Knox, Parks Victoria and DELWP.

 

The ArchLink team comprises highly experienced staff members, with a range of expertise in both indigenous and non-indigenous archaeological consultancy work. Our archaeological staff include Heritage Advisers (HAs) who are qualified to work under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 and the Heritage Act 2017.

 

In addition, we are able to draw on a team of expert specialist subcontractors, including conservators and historians, as well as a large network of sub-contracting excavation staff that enables fieldwork and large projects to be completed as efficiently as possible.

Our Team includes:

Sarah Myers, BA (Hons) in Archaeology, University of Melbourne

sarah.myers@archlink.com.au

With over twenty years experience in local archaeology and heritage, Sarah is one of Melbourne's most highly qualified and respected Cultural Heritage Advisors. The author of over one hundred approved reports, including CHMPs, historical archaeological assessments and large scale excavation reports, Sarah is considered an expert in all aspects of local archaeological heritage. 

 

Sarah's professional focus has been on the archaeology of the modern city and much of her work has been in an urban context. She has directed numerous large scale archaeological excavations of historical sites in Melbourne, Geelong and Albury prior to development getting underway. As a result, Sarah has developed ArchLink into the preferred cultural heritage advisor to many local councils and developers.

Sarah has also developed a passion for identifying Aboriginal stone tools, sensitive landforms and areas of cultural heritage significance. And maintains strong relationships with Registered Aboriginal Parties and Traditional Owner groups.

Sarah is a recognised Cultural Heritage Advisor under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006, a Full Member of the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists (AACAI) and a member of the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA).

CV available upon request.

Daniel Juers, BA (Hons) (Archaeology), La Trobe University, BSci, Victoria University

daniel.juers@archlink.com.au

After completing a Bachelor of Archaeology (Hons) at La Trobe University Dan has taken on all facets of work in the cultural heritage industry. Since joining ArchLink he has gained much experience working within cultural heritage legislative frameworks. He has been involved in cultural heritage assessments and preliminary Aboriginal heritage tests and has co-authored a number of Cultural Heritage Management Plans.

 

Dan has extensive experience in surface and sub-surface excavations for both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous projects in Australia and internationally having participated in a number of excavations of early hominin sites in South Africa.

 

He brings a high level of skills to our technical team, in particular digital archaeological photography including photogrammetry, artefact photography, GIS, and Paleo-magnetic analysis.

Dan is a recognised Cultural Heritage Advisor under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006.

CV available upon request.

Joanna Richmond MA (Archaeology), BA (Hons) in Archaeology, University of Melbourne

joanna.richmond@archlink.com.au

Jo is an experienced cultural heritage professional with over ten years experience working throughout Victoria and internationally. She has experience in both Historical and Aboriginal archaeology and has successfully managed and authored numerous cultural heritage assessments, cultural heritage management plans and archaeological surveys across diverse environments.

 

In addition, Jo has published articles on Near Eastern archaeology in international journals. She has experience working on Indigenous and historic excavations in Australia as well as on excavations of the Chalcolithic, Early Bronze and Iron Age in Turkey. Her key areas of study include prehistoric archaeology, ancient cultures and cultural heritage management

Jo is a Associate Member of the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists (AACAI) and a

Member of the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA).

CV available upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

Kathryn Roddis, Bachelor of Archaeology, La Trobe University

kathryn.roddis@archlink.com.au

After completing her Bachelor of Archaeology from La Trobe University, Kathryn joined the ArchLink team in 2016 as an assistant Archaeologist. She continues to develop her skills in Aboriginal and Historical artefact analysis; her key area of interest in organic materials making her an important part of our cultural heritage team.

CV available upon request.

Dr Sarah Mirams, PhD (History), MA (Public History), BA Monash University

Sub-consultant

Sarah works as a historian, researcher, writer and educator. She is a highly qualified historical researcher with experience in interpreting history for archaeological outcomes. Sarah has extensive experience with archival research and is the author of several historical texts and education textbooks. Sarah specializes in Heritage Assessments and Cultural Heritage Managements Plans (CHMP) and undertakes historic research for ArchLink.

Sarah is an Adjunct Research Fellow at Monash University. Learn more about Sarah Mirams.

CV available upon request.

Tom Mallett, Bachelor of Archaeology, La Trobe University

 

Tom is a PhD candidate in Archaeology at La Trobe University. He has extensive experience in surface and sub-surface excavations for both Indigenous and historic excavations in Australia. He has also participated on excavations of early hominin sites in South Africa.

Tom is involved in all aspects of heritage and indigenous archaeology and has successfully managed and authored numerous cultural heritage assessments and cultural heritage management plans and has co-authored several historical articles for ArchLink.

Tom's key areas of study include Indigenous and historical archaeology, geoarchaeology and cultural heritage management

CV available upon request.

 

Sarah Myers
Founder and Director
Joanna Richmond
Archaeologist
Daniel Juers
Archaeologist
Kathryn Roddis
Assistant Archaeologist
Dr. Sarah Mirams
Historian
Tom Mallett
Sub-Consultant