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Bradman Foundation
10th Annual Gala Dinner

The Bradman Foundation is proud to bring business, cricket and achievement together for an outstanding night of inspiration and entertainment. Read more here.

Highlights of School Holiday Activities

 

The introduction of activities in ‘Skills Zone’ was a great success for all ages. Read more here.

The Hon. John Howard OM AC returns to Bradman

The Hon. John Howard OM AC returns to the Bradman Museum on 26 August 2016 to address students from Bowral as part of the Cricket Australia resource for year 8 – 9 maths students, Bradman by the numbers. Read more here.

Start Your Coaching Career

This Community Coaching Course is perfect for people coaching players at club, junior or senior levels. Read more here.

Bradman Scholarship 2016
Announced

From over 50 applicants the Bradman Foundation would like to congratulate Tom Galvin of Bathurst, NSW for being the 2016 Bradman Scholarship recipient. Read more here.

Make a Donation

The Bradman Foundation has continuously invested in youth cricket and your support would be greatly appreciated. PRINT a donation form here or CLICK for an online donation.

Chris Anderson

EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.docexam.com.au
ADDRESS: PO Box 2778, Carlingford NSW 2118

CHECK BEFORE YOU BUY

The Bradman Museum uses Chris Anderson to authenticate Sir Donald Bradman’s signature and all those considering buying memorabilia should as well. Chris has brought this item to our attention of what is floating around and being touted as originals, so buyer beware. Ebay item here.

Bradman’s First Bat

Bradman Curator David Wells explains the significance of Bradman’s first cricket bat (from ABC Open Illawarra on Vimeo).

Plot Your Pitch

We want everyone to “Plot Your Pitch” so we can show where cricket is played around the globe!

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The Hon. John Howard OM AC returns to Bradman

On Friday 26 August 2016, it will be 20 years since The Honourable John Howard bowled the first charity coin in the courtyard pond at the Bradman Museum that was … More »

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The Hon. John Howard OM AC returns to Bradman

On Friday 26 August 2016, it will be 20 years since The Honourable John Howard bowled the first charity coin in the courtyard pond at the Bradman Museum that was … More »

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