Australian Archaeological Association (AAA): Member
Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists Inc. (AACAI): Full member
Australasian Society of Historical Archaeology (ASHA): Member
International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS): Full member
Australian Institute of Maritime Archaeology (AIMA): Member
World Archaeological Congress (WAC): Member
Tory Stening is a qualified archaeologist with over 10 years experience in Aboriginal and European archaeology, heritage and cultural heritage management. She is highly experienced in all aspects of archaeology and heritage including survey, assessment, significance assessment, monitoring, testing and excavation.
Tory has a thorough and detailed understanding of heritage legislation and planning legislation, policies and procedures in New South Wales and Australia. Her extensive experience includes the preparation of heritage assessment reports, archaeological assessment reports, Statements of Heritage Impact and Conservation Management Plans.
She possesses the detailed knowledge required to provide practical and achievable management recommendations for projects of any size. She has developed a specialist knowledge in relation to archaeological deposits, heritage items, cultural landscapes and built heritage. She has trained in the conservation of historic buildings and works closely with property owners and developers to ensure that best practice outcomes are achieved.
Tory has developed a specialist expertise in the identification and analysis of Aboriginal lithic (stone) artefacts. She has developed a detailed understanding of the process of stone tool manufacture and is highly experienced in the cataloging and analyses of Aboriginal stone tools..