David Norman Brookman (24 March 1917 – 22 May 2000) was a politician in the State of South Australia.
David Brookman was born in Melbourne the son of Norman Brookman (1884–1949), and his wife Ada Mary Dorothy "Nan" Brookman, née Burden, (1889–). His father Norman, who died in a car crash, was a son of Sir George Brookman (1840–1927).
He was elected to the seat of Electoral district of Alexandra in the House of Assembly for the Liberal and Country League in 1948, filling the seat made vacant by the death of Sir Hubert Hudd, and held that seat until 1973. He served as Minister for Agriculture 1958–1965, and Minister for Lands 1968–1970.
He married Alison Harvey on 1 October 1946 and lived at Meadows, later Dutton Terrace, Medindie. They had two children:
Brookman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
David Brookman (Australian politician) (1917–2000, Australian politician
David Brookman, Baron Brookman (born 1937), British trade unionist and politician
George Brookman (1850–1927), Australian businessman and politician
Herman Brookman (1891–1973), American architect
Norman Brookman (1884–1949), Australian politician
William Brookman (1859–1910), Australian businessman and politician
Lester George Brookman (1904–1971), American philatelistFictional charactersKathy Brookman, character on the ITV soap opera EmmerdaleSouth Australian House of Assembly
The House of Assembly, or lower house, is one of the two chambers of the Parliament of South Australia. The other is the Legislative Council. It sits in Parliament House in the state capital, Adelaide.