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Bachelor of Arts (Archaeology)

Honours Class IIA (Archaeology)

Diploma of Business Administration

Specialty Areas

Project Coordination and Management

Planning and Implementation

Logistics and Communication

Annabelle Brealey

Archaeologist / Assistant Project Manager (Townsville)

Annabelle completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Archaeology at the University of Queensland. After graduation, Annabelle completed her honours thesis which explored the ‘Socioeconomic status in 19th century diet at The Rocks, Sydney’. Having worked in research, administrative and management roles, Annabelle brings to Everick a wide range of skills. These include office management, staff management, data collection and recording, database maintenance and archaeological and environmental research.

Over the past two years Annabelle has lent her exceptional management and organisational skills to one of Everick’s largest ongoing projects, coordinating project execution in addition to logistical and communication support from our Townsville office. In this role she has gained invaluable skills relating to project management and consultation within the cultural heritage industry including the implementation of Cultural Heritage Management Plans under Part 7 of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act (Qld) 2003.

Selected Project Experience 

  • Townsville, Qld - Large Infrastructure Project Managmeent: and coordination, CHMP implementation, project planning, client liaison, budgeting, logistics and communication, Aboriginal party consultation, negotiation and implementation of cultural heritage management strategies, report writing (2017 – current).

  • Townsville, Qld – FRV Granite Vale Solar Project: duty of care advice, desktop assessment (2018).

  • Townsville, Qld – West End Hotel Upgrade: client and government department consultation, project logistics (2019).

  • Brisbane, Qld – Villaworld Blunder Rd: archaeological survey, desktop assessment (2017).

  • Hastings Point, NSW – Tweed Coast Road Residential Upgrade: archaeological survey, desktop assessment (2017).