Public Interpretation

Archaeology and/or Heritage Displays

The NSW Heritage Council frequently requires the results of an archaeological program to be interpreted within a new development as part of achieving public outcomes. Casey & Lowe have worked on these types of projects; typically identifying appropriate themes, providing the text and images and choosing the artefacts. This is done as part of a team with an interpretation specialist and designer experienced in heritage interpretation.

A metal quarry punch was found in Quarry 1 during the 1998 archaeological excavations of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music site, the neo-gothic Government Stables built between 1817-1821.