NEWS – Scarp is now based in Perth, Western Australia and recruiting for 2021

As of January 2021 Scarp has relocated from Sydney to Perth, Western Australia.  This means that we are much better able to provide heritage services to exiting and new clients from this time onwards.  Located in Hillarys on the northern beaches we are available for new clients that require due diligence, site assessments, survey and excavation throughout Western Australia, and not just the Pilbara!

If your company wants to work with Scarp in the future please get in contact with us soon.

Based in Hillarys, Perth, WA, Scarp Archaeology is a leading archaeology and cultural heritage services provider working throughout the Australian region. We are specialists in Indigenous heritage and cultural resource consulting, with an experienced team of professionals providing you with certainty in planning in heritage.

Scarp is proud to be partner investigator in the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence in Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH). We are the only commercial archaeology and heritage company to be invited into CABAH and are a central part of this important research of Australia’s epic past.

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Richard Brookdale Scholarship

The Richard Brookdale Scholarship was established by Scarp Archaeology in 2014 in memory of Richard Brookdale, a friend, keen fieldworker and supporter of archaeology in the communities of the Gulf of Carpentaria for many years, who passed away in 2013. The purpose of the Scholarship is to support a student on the Cairns campus of James Cook University accepted into honours or coursework masters degree with an Australian Indigenous archaeology honours topic. Further details concerning the award and how to apply can be found here.