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OVERVIEW Casey & Lowe were commissioned by Walker Corporation to undertake the historical archaeological investigations at 4&6PS Darcy Street Parramatta, at 12-38 Darcy Street and 1A-1C Civic Place Parramatta.  The archaeological resource of the site was assessed as being of local heritage significance.  These preliminary results...

The Project The Parramatta North Project is situated within the City of Paramatta Council, along the eastern foreshore of the Paramatta River and opposite the World Heritage Area of the Old Government Domain and Paramatta Park.  The PNGC site incorporates the eastern campus of the Cumberland...

OVERVIEW Excavation of the site took place between October 2015 and March 2016 as part of the 3 Parramatta Square Development for Parramatta City Council. Casey & Lowe undertook the excavation of historic-period archaeology while Comber Consultants tested for Aboriginal remains. PRE-1788 LANDSCAPE The site was located in...

The Project Excavation of this site took place between May and August 2009 for the construction of a new Integral Energy substation. Comber Consultants undertook testing for Aboriginal remains and Casey & Lowe were responsible for the historic-period archaeology. Historical Background The site lies within the initial settlement...

The Project Excavation of this site took place between 15 November 2004 and January 2005 with some additional work on the well on 28 February 2005. The client was Landcom, an agency of the NSW Government. Significant Aboriginal archaeology was also undertaken on this site by...

Archaeology This is an archaeological site on the State Heritage Register and is of State heritage significance. Since March 2005 Casey & Lowe have undertaken a series of archaeological excavations to expose and record the remains on the site. The archaeological program exposed the extensive remains...

Archaeology This archaeological site on corner of George & O'Connell Streets, Lots 102 and 103 of the 1823 town plan, was associated with early Parramatta residents, including: Anthony Landrin, a French prisoner-of-war and one of two Frenchmen bought to New South Wales to establish viticulture. He...

The Project Casey & Lowe were engaged by Sydney Water to undertake the recording of the site's non-indigenous archaeology, with Jo McDonald Cultural Heritage Management Pty Ltd undertaking the Aboriginal archaeological testing and sampling. This report presents the results of the non-indigenous archaeological program. The archaeological...

The Project Archaeological work was undertaken on the corner of George & Charles Streets in Parramatta , a site of previous  colonial British occupation from the late eighteenth century. The focus of the work by Casey & Lowe and a team of archaeologists and volunteers was...