Graham Brooks GBA Heritage Consultants Sydney

Graham Brooks

Director

B Arch (Hons), MB Env (B Cons), AIA, RIBA, M ICOMOS, Registered Architect, President ICOMOS International Cultural Tourism Committee 2001-2011

grahambrooks@gbaheritage.com

 

Graham Brooks is an internationally recognised specialist in Cultural Heritage Management and Cultural Tourism policy development. Graham holds an Honours degree in Architecture and a Masters Degree in Heritage Conservation. He has over 30 years of professional experience with heritage conservation and cultural tourism projects in Australia, the United Kingdom and Asia.  Graham undertakes the majority of the Expert Witness and Peer Review Services on behalf of GBA Heritage.

Graham is a member of the Global Heritage Fund Senior Advisory Panel and consults to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre in Paris and the UN World Tourism Organisation in Madrid.

Graham is the Emeritus Chairman of the ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) International Cultural Tourism Committee and was the author of the ICOMOS International Cultural Tourism Charter (1999). He is the former Chairman of AusHeritage Ltd, Australia’s Export Network for Cultural Heritage Services and of the National Trust (NSW) Historic Buildings Committee.

 

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