We’re very proud of the work we’ve completed over the past three decade, including dozens of research projects for diverse communities and organisations. What sets us apart is our expertise in integrating historical, anthropological, and archaeological approaches with Indigenous and/or community-led and participatory approaches to engagement, planning, research, and impact assessment. We believe in building meaningful, long-term collaborations based on mutual friendship, trust, and respect – it’s at the core of everything we do. Our projects span various industries, from mining to community health sectors, and we’ve worked in incredible locations and had the great privilege to work on the Homelands of many communities, particularly in Cape York Peninsula in Queensland. We’ve also collaborated with amazing First Nations groups and organisations. Please take a look at our past projects and learn more about our work preserving and promoting cultural heritage.