Natasha Strickland from Turnstone Archaeology

Natasha Strickland



M: 0401 397 613


Qualifications and Memberships

Bachelor of Arts with a double Major in Archaeology and History, University of New England, Armidale

Honours in Archaeology, University of New England, Armidale

Current Queensland Driving License


 Professional Associations and Positions

  • Member, Australian Archaeological Association Inc.


Workplace Health and Safety Queensland Construction Induction

Coal Board Medical

Natasha Strickland recently joined the team at Turnstone Archaeology after having graduated with her Honours in Archaeology from the University of New England. Since joining, Natasha has worked with Aboriginal communities to develop new skills and contribute towards the high standard of ethics on which Turnstone Archaeology prides itself, in both archaeological research and field work. Natasha specialised in Zooarchaeology – the study of faunal remains – during her university studies. This led to the opportunity of completing field work in Paphos, Cyprus, working in a Medieval context.

Natasha Strickland in a cave

Nominated Projects

BKY People 2019-2021

Cultural heritage adviser to the BKY People for various ongoing coal and alternative energy projects.