Renee Johnson completed a Bachelor of Archaeology with Honours in 2017. For her Honours, Renee conducted experimental research concerning the cooking and burning of faunal bone. Her experimental approach to analysing cooked and burnt bone has contributed to our understanding of Indigenous land use at the Lake Mungo UNESCO World Heritage site.
Renee has experience in Indigenous Archaeology, undertaking surveys and excavations on archaeological sites in Victoria and New South Wales. Renee has also assisted in completing a range of heritage assessments including Cultural Heritage Management Plans, Due Diligences, Aboriginal and Historical Place Inspections, Permits to Disturb and Aboriginal Place Registrations.
Renee is a fully qualified 'Heritage Advisor' as specified by the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006.