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Fauna of Western Australia

18 January 2022

It is not uncommon that along with some incredible archaeology, our field staff encounter some of the amazing wildlife Western Australia has to offer. Ranging from Large Red Kangaroo’s, Goanna’s and Emu’s to much smaller species such as Echidna’s, Thorny Devils, Spiders and Snakes! Although sometimes scary, each of these wonderful species contributes to the diverse ecosystem...

It is not uncommon that along with some incredible archaeology, our field staff encounter some of the amazing wildlife Western Australia has to offer. Ranging from Large Red Kangaroo’s, Goanna’s and Emu’s to much smaller species such as Echidna’s, Thorny Devils, Spiders and Snakes! Although sometimes...

It is not uncommon that along with some incredible archaeology, our field staff encounter some of the amazing wildlife Western Australia has...

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That's a Wrap! Field Season 2021

17 December 2021

That’s a Wrap on the Field Season for 2021! It has been another crazy year of Fieldwork here at Gavin Jackson Cultural Resource Management. We have conducted fieldwork across the Pilbara, Kimberly, Goldfields and the South West and welcomed a range of new staff that continue to add to the positive nature of Gavin Jackson CRM. Our...

That’s a Wrap on the Field Season for 2021! It has been another crazy year of Fieldwork here at Gavin Jackson Cultural Resource Management. We have conducted fieldwork across the Pilbara, Kimberly, Goldfields and the South West and welcomed a range of new staff that...

That’s a Wrap on the Field Season for 2021! It has been another crazy year of Fieldwork here at Gavin Jackson Cultural...

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NAIDOC Week 07-14th July 2019

11 July 2019

July 7th-14th is NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee) week in 2019. NAIDOC Week is a public celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The theme for this year's NAIDOC week is Voice. Treaty. Truth. Please take the time to read over the NAIDOC statement and encourage others to...

July 7th-14th is NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee) week in 2019. NAIDOC Week is a public celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The theme for this year's NAIDOC week is Voice. Treaty. Truth. Please take the...

July 7th-14th is NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee) week in 2019. NAIDOC Week is a public celebration of the history,...

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Australian involvement in archaeological research into mysterious stone jars in the jungles of Laos

21 June 2019

A student at the Australian National University, Nick Skopal, and Lao archaeologist Souliya Bounxayhip, have been undertaking research into the distinctive and mysterious stone jars that are present in many locations across Laos. During fieldwork undertaken by the team, 15 previously unknown stone jar locations were found. Additionally, a program of excavations took place and the team are waiting for...

A student at the Australian National University, Nick Skopal, and Lao archaeologist Souliya Bounxayhip, have been undertaking research into the distinctive and mysterious stone jars that are present in many locations across Laos. During fieldwork undertaken by the team, 15 previously unknown stone jar locations were found. Additionally,...

A student at the Australian National University, Nick Skopal, and Lao archaeologist Souliya Bounxayhip, have been undertaking research into the distinctive and mysterious stone jars...

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