Dominic Steele Consulting Archaeology
CROYDON NSW 2132
P: 02 9715 1169
F: 02 9569 0324
M: 0411 88 4232
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NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania. Anytime
BAHons (Prehistory) Sydney 1987
Full Member, Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists Inc (AACAI) 2014-
Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) 1989-
Member, Australian Archaeological Association Inc (AAA) 1989
Dominic Steele as principal of Dominic Steele Consulting Archaeology (DSCA) has worked in professional cultural heritage management since 1988 and has developed experience and expertise in major redevelopment and research projects where management of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal cultural heritage has been required.
Principal projects have included community consultation, heritage management liaison, field survey and recording, archaeological excavaion, analyses and interpretation, archival research, and project heritage assessment and recommendations of management advice to Aboriginal communities, statutoryorganizations with responsibility for the management of Aboriginal and European cultural heritage values, and private land owners.
DSCA projects have been completed within a full range of statutory and planning contexts including principal roles in Master planning, conservation management planning, environmental impact studies, and heritage management to guide land-specific development applications
2002. Chapter 6: Faunal Remains. In Jebel Khalid on the Euphrates. Report on Excavations1986-1996. Mediterranean Archaeology. Supplement 5 (Volume One).
1999. Trench F, G and H (Volume 3) and Animal Bone and Shell Artefacts. Volume 4. In TheCumberland/Gloucester Streets Site, The Rocks. Archaeological Investigation Report. Prepared for theSydney Cove Authority by Godden Mackay Heritage Consultants.
1999. Steele et al. Who built Shash Hamdan Tomb 1? Mediterranean Archaeology. Volume 11:83-158.1995. Attenbrow V.J, and Steele D, Fishing in Port Jackson, New South Wales - More than met the eye. Antiquity.Volume 69. No 262:47-60.
1993. Lampert R.J, and Steele D. Archaeological Studies at Bomaderry Creek, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum Supplement 17:55-75.