Bianka Vidonja BalanzateguiDr David CameronDr Jennifer Lambert TraceyGordon GrimwadeJanet King

Industrial Heritage/History and Mining History

Barbara Webster
Barbara Webster undertakes historical research and writing about people, places, organisations, institutions, events and environments. Her particular interest is Central Queensland history.
Bianka Vidonja Balanzategui
Historian and Historical Consultant living and working in North Queensland. Daughter of a displaced person and cane cutter and wife of a former cane farmer of Spanish Basque origins hence the professional interest in sugar and migration history
Dr David Cameron
I am a historian and cultural heritage management professional with more than two decades experience operating in frontline management of Indigenous and historic cultural heritage and community relations matters associated with mining, exploration, infrastructure and land development, forestry and natural resource management.
Having successfully performed a variety of heritage management roles in both the public and private sectors over the last twenty years I have developed high order expertise, technical skills and experience in all aspects of historic and Indigenous cultural heritage management.
I have experienced first-hand, and understand, the many challenges encountered by businesses when dealing with often complex cultural heritage management and related community relations issues.
Dr Jennifer Lambert Tracey
Jennifer is an academically qualified, professional historian and archaeologist. Her expertise is in research for Historical Biographies, Screenplays, Local and Regional Histories; Genealogy; Cultural Heritage Significance Assessments; Archaeological Site Assessments: 18th – 20th century European Settlement and Industrial heritage; Historical Research and Publication.
Gordon Grimwade
Gordon is based in north Queensland and travels extensively and has particular interest and skills in remote and regional projects. He specialises in heritage assessment, historical archaeology, mining and cemetery evaluation and management
Janet King
Janet King is the Director of Queensland Energy Museum and responsible for establishing Memories of Energy Groups (MEGs) and Memories of Energy Trails (METs) throughout Queensland.
Judith Nissen
Judith is a freelance historian with two decades’ experience. In addition to published works, commissions for a range of private and corporate clients have included research for permanent and temporary museum exhibitions, histories of buildings and organisations, archives reports, heritage significance assessments and citations, and genealogical research. Since July 2008 Judith has been the Australian Dictionary of Biography Research Assistant for Queensland.