News Category: QLD


archaeologist, heritage

Niche grows to 50 people, with six new appointments to the heritage consulting team

Niche grows to 50 people, with six new appointments to the heritage consulting team It’s an exciting time at Niche!  With strong demand from our clients and a solid pipeline of interesting projects, our multidisciplinary team is growing.  To ensure we continue to deliver high quality services to support our clients’ projects, we’re strengthening and…

Aiden Campbell joins our growing team is Brisbane

Aiden Campbell joins our growing team is Brisbane We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Aiden Campbell who joins Niche’s Brisbane office to lead our growing environmental team in Queensland. Aiden has worked as an environmental professional for over 10 years, both as a consultant and with regulatory government agencies. He has significant…

Amendments to the Queensland DES Flora Survey Trigger Map have potential to affect projects across the state

Amendments to the Queensland DES Flora Survey Trigger Map have potential to affect projects across the state The Queensland Department of Environment and Science (DES) Flora Survey Trigger map has recently been amended to incorporate the latest information about where Endangered, Vulnerable and Near Threatened (EVNT) plants are present or are likely to be present.…

Knowledge, experience and enthusiasm

Niche is pleased to announce the recent appointment of three new consultants to our growing multidisciplinary team. Jane Austen joins the team in Queensland. Jane has 13 years’ experience in heritage management including Aboriginal and historic projects, and community consultation. She has recently worked within City of Gold Coast Council’s heritage unit and as a…

archaeology, queensland, mining, heritage, history, ravenswood, gold mine,

Dr Kevin Rains presents at ASHA conference

Dr Kevin Rains presents at ASHA conference Heritage specialist Dr Kevin Rains from Niche’s Brisbane office presented at the joint conference of the Australian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) and the Australian Institute of Maritime Archaeology (AIMA), on Friday 28 September 2018 in Parramatta. His presentation, entitled The Ravenswood Mining Landscape and Chinese Settlement Area…

Supporting plant conservation in Australia

Supporting plant conservation in Australia Niche Environment and Heritage is proud to support the Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC). Niche has recently become a member of this not for profit organisation, which aims to promote and develop plant conservation in Australia. ANPC’s activities include training courses, publication of current research and plant conservation techniques…

archaeology, mining, queensland, heritage, consulting, environment

Early settlers to be recognised at Ravenswood

Early settlers to be recognised at Ravenswood Niche Environment and Heritage was engaged by Carpentaria Gold to undertake the scientific excavation of historical gravesites at the original cemetery site at Ravenswood, in north Queensland, after the location of the cemetery was established during heritage assessments for the proposed Ravenswood Gold Mine Expansion Project. The cemetery…