Two new surveyors join the team in the Wheatbelt

RM Survey is delighted to introduced Bennett Tunbridge and Andrew Kalotay, as your new surveyors in the Wheatbelt.

Bennett and Andrew will lead RM Surveys Northam office and support the Wheatbelt South and Great Southern Expansion.

We are thrilled to expand our survey services to the Wheatbelt South and Great Southern regions. Our team is committed to providing the highest quality data and insights to help rural businesses make informed decisions that positively impact their operations. Whether it is a survey for a new homestead lot, land planning, or crop management, we look forward to bringing our range of survey services to the regional areas.

- Bennett Tunbridge


Bennett is a Licensed Surveyor and Director of RM Surveys and brings deep local knowledge of the Great Southern. Bennett grew up in Katanning, attending the local Primary and High School before studying Surveying at Curtin University. As a local, he was very active in the community, particularly with the local football club, basketball association, tennis and golf club. Bennett heads our Mine Tenement department, giving him first-hand experience travelling back roads to regional and remote parts of WA.


Andrew is experienced across various projects, from engineering surveying of roads, bridges, high rise buildings to all cadastral surveys, including urban, rural and mining tenements. In addition, Andrew mentors younger surveyors wishing to become licensed under a professional training agreement with the Land Surveyors Licensing Board of WA.

Bennett and Andrew will continue Samudra Sarubin’s works in the Wheatbelt, who is leaving RM Surveys to join his family’s forestry business.