Kimberley Crabtree


Archaeologist
Heritage Advisor

Kimberley Crabtree is an Archaeologist/HA who completed her Bachelor of Archaeology with Honours (First Class) at La Trobe University and specialises in faunal remains. Kimberley’s honours project involved the monitoring of decomposition, disarticulation and bone weathering on macropod and wombat remains and the implications for our understanding of the Australian zooarchaeological record. This project is continuing research. During this time, Kimberley began employment in the Victorian cultural heritage management industry and has been working in this field for more than two years. Kimberley has had the opportunity to work in a variety of locations across Victoria, and has worked on a variety of developments, including wind farms, residential building complexes, quarries and road projects.

Kimberley has experience in background research and has supervised archaeological survey and Aboriginal and historical manual and mechanical excavations through complex testing and salvage assessments. Kimberley has also had experience in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal historical site identification, artefact analysis and Aboriginal artefact repatriation. She has had the opportunity to liaise with clients, landowners and RAPs and has experience in the preparation of desktop, standard and complex CHMPs.

Kimberley’s formal qualification is as follows:

• Bachelor of Archaeology (Honours), La Trobe University, Bundoora (2017).