Barangaroo Metro Project

Archaeology As part of the Sydney Metro & City Southwest project, archaeological works at the Barangaroo Station development, run by Casey & Lowe and led by Excavation Director Mary Casey uncovered an abandoned timber vessel, Unidentified Darling Harbour Barangaroo No. 1 (UDHB1). The wreck was found to be of State […]

Windsor Bridge Replacement Project

Archaeology Cosmos Archaeology undertook a range of maritime archaeological investigations as part of preliminary works for the Windsor Bridge Replacement Project, which was completed in May 2020. The project saw a new bridge constructed over the Hawkesbury River, approximately 35 metres east of the original structure. Investigations included multiple desktop […]

S.S. Dicky

Archaeology Cosmos Archaeology worked closely with the Sunshine Coast Council to undertake a preliminary archaeological investigation into the S.S. Dicky, ahead of plans to remove the wreck of the iron steamship from the beach at Caloundra for long term management and conservation. The vessel was wrecked in 1893 after being […]

INPEX Darwin

Archaeology Cosmos Archaeology played a crucial role in identifying, retrieving and relocating artefacts related to World War II Catalina flying boats, during the development of a significant LNG gas project at East Arm, Darwin. Construction of the INPEX Ichthys LNG Project required certain areas of the harbour to be dredged, […]