At CMP & Associates we understand and value the importance of assessing historic elements in the landscape, both built and natural.

Our comprehensive experiences and studies with historic archaeology allow our consultants to identify elements and places that are of cultural heritage significance at a State and local level. No area is too small, large or remote for our consultants.

Hence historic landscape surveys are a core business for the firm and we have undertaken the identification and recording of a number of hidden heritage elements associated with early European history in regional and remote areas of Queensland and further afield.

Previous studies have included:

  • The Historic Cambanoora Gorge, Great Dividing Range Southern Queensland.
  • Felton Valley, Darling Downs, Queensland.
  • The site Old JC Station & Trading Post, Windorah West Queensland.
  • The Pikedale Historic Homestead Site, Stanthorpe, Queensland.
  • The surveying and recording of the remote cattle station of Castle Hill, Winton District.
  • The historic Gorman Gaps Track, Gatton Shire.
  • Remote areas of Central West Queensland to identify historic elements such as the Chinese built Overshoot on a small creek west of the Township of Winton, Western Queensland.
  • The Chinese Staircase Road, Injune / Rolleston District, Central Queensland.

For a full list please contact us.