Chairman, Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party (previously named Shooters Party then Shooter and Fishers Party), 1995 – 1999 and 2006 to present. Member of the State Committee of Shooters and Fishers Party, 1992 to present. Previous Parliamentary seats contested: 2003 Legislative Council; 2007 Legislative Council; 2010 Senate.
Life member, Australian Hunters International since 1981. Life member, Safari Club International. Member, Sporting Shooters Association (NSW) Sydney Branch since 1974. Member, NSW Deer Stalkers Association Inc. since 1978. Member, Australian Deer Association since 1982. Honorary Auditor, 1st Burwood Scout Group. Queens Scout Award. Justice of the Peace.
Born in 1953. A resident of the inner western suburbs of Sydney for the last 47 years and currently residing at Ashfield. Married, with three children and grandfather of two.
Bachelor of Business UTS (major in Accounting). Fellow CPA Australia. Public Practice Certificate – CPA Australia. Registered Tax Agent. Current Company Director/Shareholder or Consultant for: Brooker Holdings Pty Ltd and subsidiaries; GASCO Pty Ltd; BA Insurance Systems Pty Ltd; DesignBais Pty Ltd; Curlbow Pty Ltd; Australian Foundation Systems Pty Ltd; Uni-Pier Australia Pty Ltd; Brooker Marine Pty Ltd; Brooker Marine IP Pty Ltd. 1991 – 2002 Heath Lambert Australia Pty Ltd (International Insurance Broker), Regional Finance Director 1991-1998, Group Managing Director 1998-2002. 1985 – 1991 George Ward Group Pty Ltd (Steel warehousing and processing, building and roofing contractors), Finance Director and shareholder. 1985 – ongoing public practice as Robert Borsak and Associates Pty Ltd. 1975 – 1985 The News Corporation Ltd, Head Office Accountant, Group Chief Accountant, thence Group Financial Controller. Interests include: hunting, shooting, fishing, photography, rugby union, politics and media.
Inaugural speech, 21 September 2010:
The Parliament of New South Wales acknowledges and respects the traditional lands of all Aboriginal people, and pays respects to all Elders past and present. We acknowledge the Gadigal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which the Parliament of New South Wales stands.