Our Battlefield tours are led by some of Australia’s most experienced and respected war historians and battlefield guides, most of which are War Memorial curators and historians who are experts in the Gallipoli and Western Front campaigns.
All of our historians have a deep interest in military history and have travelled and written about these battlefields for over 20 years. They have also contributed to various Australian military historical projects relating to the Australian War Memorial, publications, conferences, exhibitions, research and dissemination of military history information.
Their knowledge is unsurpassed and with the resources available to them, they are able to assist with any family research you may be doing.
Nick has worked at the Australian War Memorial for more than nine years. Much of this time was spent as part of the Travelling Exhibitions Unit, which develops and tours AWM exhibitions all over Australia. In 2000, he transferred to the Military Heraldry and Technology Section, where he now works as a Curator. more →
Peter is a senior historian at the Australian War Memorial, and is its longest serving employee, in 1973 as a curator, and was involved in the development of collections and exhibitions for more than 30 years before joining the Military History Section. more →
Bill has had 25 years Australian Army service, including active service in Vietnam, and 22 years as Librarian (BA Librarianship), Commonwealth Parliamentary Library, Senior Librarian, Manager Research Centre, Head of Photographs, Sound and Film, Head of Military Heraldry and Technology, and Senior Executive Officer at the Australian War Memorial. more →
Ashley is Head of the Military History Section. He is a graduate of the University of Adelaide and has worked as a military historian with the Australian War Memorial since 1989, specialising in the history of the First World War and the Vietnam War. more →
David graduated from the Royal Military College, Duntroon in 1975 and served in the Royal Australian Infantry Corps. In 1998 he transferred to the Army Reserve where he now works as a part time project officer. more →
Graeme worked at the Australian War Memorial (AWM) from 1993 to 2004. During that time, he worked in Visitor Services, Education, Public Events, and finally as the Executive Officer. His work included providing tours of the Memorial’s exhibitions for special groups such as ADF personnel, school goups, visiting overseas dignitaries, and other VIPs. more →
Rod served for thirty one years in the Australian Regular Army, filling a variety of command, instructional and staff appointments. His service included postings in South Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia and the United States, allowing him to pursue a lifelong interest in military history. more →
For more information about our battlefield curators and historians, please contact us today, or call 1800 035 350.