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Echoes Cultural Heritage Management

Echoes Cultural Heritage Management is an independent heritage consultancy based in Perth, Western Australia. We have been operating for over 20 years as a top-quality service provider for Aboriginal heritage surveys, cultural heritage management advice, archaeological analysis and heritage desktop assessments.

Acknowledgement of Country

Echoes Cultural Heritage Management’s office is located in Perth on the land of the Whadjuk People of the Noongar Nation.

We acknowledge and pay respects to the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we conduct our work. We recognise their continuing connection and right to the lands, territories, and resources which they have traditionally owned, occupied, or otherwise used and pay our respects to Elders past and present.

Echoes Cultural Heritage Management also support the Uluru Statement from the Heart and its call for a First Nations Voice, Treaty, and Truth-telling.


A Holistic Approach to
Heritage Services

With extensive knowledge and understanding of relevant heritage and environmental legislation, we offer expert independent heritage services and advice, tailored to Western Australian needs. From mining and construction to native title groups, Echoes Cultural Heritage Management has a wealth of industry experience working across Western Australia.

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Aboriginal Heritage Services

We offer a comprehensive range of services relating to Aboriginal cultural heritage, including archaeological and ethnographic surveys.
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Cultural Heritage Management Advice

We specialise in cultural heritage management advice and assessments, and can assist with tailored management plans and best practice guidelines.
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GIS & Mapping Services

We have a dedicated team of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) experts who can provide high quality mapping and data services.
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Specialised Services

Our wide range of specialised services is tailored to cater for a variety of heritage requirements such as ethnographic research, project management and desktop assessments.
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About Echoes
Cultural Heritage

Formerly known as Gavin Jackson Cultural Resource Management, Echoes Cultural Heritage Management strives for the highest standards in cultural heritage management advice in Western Australia.

We’ve thrived for over two decades, working with a broad range of clients, from public and private sectors to Native Title groups. Our team comprises more than 20 professional heritage consultants, with extensive experience and knowledge of the industry, ensuring each project is approached with confidence and the relevant expertise.

We are committed to the professional standard ethics set by AACAI and AAA, and to delivering comprehensive and efficient outcomes tailored to meet the needs of a project.

Our Values Echoing Our
Core Values

At Echoes Cultural Heritage Management, we are committed to creating and maintaining excellence in all our endeavours. We provide a supportive and safe work environment, and consistently deliver outstanding services and support to all of our clients. We achieve this by a dedicated and passionate approach to our work informed by our core values:

Safe Work Practices

We are committed to ensuring that we conduct ourselves in a safe and responsible manner at all times. Our employees appreciate their duty of care to themselves and others and follow our Safety policies and procedures.

Honesty, Integrity & Accountability

We see honesty, integrity and accountability as paramount. Our business activities and individual behaviours must be conducted with honesty and integrity.


The highest level of performance in everything that we do is the Echoes standard. We measure ourselves against best practice and must continuously strive to achieve or surpass that level of performance.

Co-operation, Reliability & Responsiveness

We recognise that it is through co-operation, internally and externally, that we can achieve mutual goals. We must react quickly and be dependable in fulfilling our commitments.


In a world of change, we must initiate and embrace better ways to do things. Our people apply their creativity and have the encouragement and resources to ensure sound ideas are accepted and implemented.

Respect, Inclusion & Equal opportunity

We must consider and fulfil our wider social responsibilities to our employees and the communities in which we operate. We encourage and support our team, embrace their differences and appreciate the contribution of all.

Advocacy for Aboriginal Groups, Culture, Heritage & Archaeology

Our understanding and care for the needs, aspirations, objectives and goals of the Aboriginal Groups that we work with are integral to our appropriate conduct through all project operations.

Career Development

We are committed to ensuring our team are provided with opportunities to pursue professional development. We encourage our team to spend time improving skills and qualifications.


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Latest News & Articles

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Archaeology News – Early Aboriginal Pottery Production

A fantastic new article has been published in the Quaternary Science Review by Sean Ulm et al, examines the recent research into pottery discovered on Jiigurru (Lizard Island).
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ECHM 2023 Photo Competition!

Echoes CHM 2023 Photo Competition Winners!! A huge thank you to all staff to participated and voted in this years competition. It was another year of amazing snap shots.  
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