Dr Martin Wimmer
Martin holds degrees in archaeology, the arts (history and literature) and business. He gained his PhD in archaeology from Flinders University for his research on the cultural landscape created by civilian World War II air raid shelters in Adelaide and the unrecorded social aspects of wartime Australia that they reflect.
Martin is an experienced Indigenous, historical and maritime archaeologist and has worked as a senior heritage consultant in South Australia and Western Australia. His clients have included Aboriginal groups; heritage architects; Commonwealth, State and local government departments; construction, mining and resource companies and public utilities.
Martin has a long association with the Arts/Heritage sector having worked at the South Australian Museum and Art Lab and in the Education sector as an Associate Lecturer in the Department of Archaeology at Flinders University where he taught the theoretical and practical components of archaeology, specialising in field methods.