The Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame isn’t just about cricket! Our aim is to develop a positive attitude towards the cultural experience of visiting a museum. We have programs that span Early Stage 1 through to Stage 6. The Key Learning Areas covered are far more than Physical Education and History. We look at things like the science of a cricket ball, geography, and information technology. Give us a call on (02) 4862 1247 and talk with Cindy or email [email protected]
That the Museum in its lovely setting would encourage and inspire young people to serve their nation with courage, honour and humility.
The Bradman Foundation continues Sir Donald’s vision by ensuring that it is kept vibrant, youthful and relevant. We strive to inspire youth to develop these characters traits that lead to a better society among the cricketing nations of the world. The Museum has developed exciting and vibrant programmes using the primary and secondary sources housed in the Museum. Our programmes engage the students in learning experiences outside the classroom. These enable them to develop positive and informed values and attitudes across cultures and generations.
Contact our Education Officer for further information
P: (02) 4862 1247
M: 0408 294 983
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Download a Booking Form
Once a booking form is returned, the education officer will be in touch with you to confirm the details. Download Booking Form.
To assist teachers and tour operators in risk management planning for visits to The Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame we have completed a risk assessment that encompasses both indoor and outdoor spaces of the Bradman Centre precinct.
Download venue safety information for schools and group excursions.
Teacher’s Resource Guide to Sir Donald Bradman
The Bradman Foundation realise that a familiarity with the subject area is a key factor for many teachers when choosing the subjects they use to teach a unit of work. As such, we have developed a list of DVDs, websites, publications and a glossary of terms that will assist teachers to confidently develop a unit of work that traces the life and times of Sir Donald Bradman AC as a key example of the topic area. Rather than a comprehensive list of resources it is a list of introductory texts that are suitable for use by teachers and students across all stages of the curriculum.
Teacher’s Resource Guide to Sir Donald Bradman AC
Bradman Centre APP
Our APP is up ready for you to download on both Google Play and iTunes. Both teachers and students will find it useful as a resource to the Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame.
Click here to download the Bradman Centre APP from the iTunes Store here.
Click here to download the Bradman Centre APP from Google Play here.