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Museum Open for Business 7 Days

Museum Open for Business 7 Days

BUY TICKETS AT THE MUSEUM OR CLICK HERE TO BOOK ONLINE. Experience a remarkable collection at the Bradman Museum!  If you visit the Bradman Museum… **Please note that Anzac Day 25 April 2021 trading hours: Museum 1pm – 4pm Read more here

Breakfast - Lunch - Coffee & Cake: 7 Days a Week

Breakfast - Lunch - Coffee & Cake: 7 Days a Week

OPEN 8AM – 4PM. Discover the amazing options available for a yummy breakfast or lunch! Located within the Bradman Museum precinct. The cafe is ideally suited for cricket spectators, Glebe park playground, local community groups, visitors to Bowral Hospital, in addition to visitors to the Museum. Menu Options available for all ages including kids, with fresh juices & smoothies made onsite… Click Here for Menu Options

Southern Highlands is Open For Business

Southern Highlands is Open For Business

Tourism Australia with the assistance of DSH has created a Southern Highlands video. The video is included in the ‘Open for Business’ video series in partnership with the National Bushfire Recovery Agency (NBRA).

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Sir Donald Bradman on Google Arts & Culture!

Sir Donald Bradman on Google Arts & Culture!

Discover some amazing history-making Bradman stories right here thanks to our fantastic partnership with Google Arts & Culture:

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Talking Cricket in Social Media: @BradmanBowral

Talking Cricket in Social Media: @BradmanBowral

twitter                 facebook               instagram The latest in the world of cricket on Social Media! Stumps Called On A Special Summer- AY  

BOOK – The Rise of Australian Women's Cricket

BOOK – The Rise of Australian Women's Cricket

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Currently On Display: Women's Ashes Trophy

Currently On Display: Women's Ashes Trophy

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Your Virtual Tour With Guide Nathan Lyon

Join Aussie spin-bowler Nathan Lyon as your Bradman Museum Tour Guide. Allow him to help you explore the extensive interactive displays, study Sir Donald Bradman’s playing equipment and see the Baggy Greens. Along the way have fun with star batsman Glenn Maxwell and other Australian ODI team members! Click here to play the video tour with Nathan Lyon.

Coverdrive Disabilities Program Returns in Feb

Coverdrive Disabilities Program Returns in Feb

The Bradman Foundation raises funds to pay qualified coaches to engage Southern Highlands public high school students in a variety of  fun sports based activities. ‘Coverdrive’ is a one hour program of specially tailored physical activities which are held weekly throughout the school year. It assists them to overcome physical and social challenges and learn skills, teamwork, leadership, competitiveness and confidence in a FUN active environment on Bradman Oval. Read our story.

Consider a Tax Deductible Donation By June 30

Consider a Tax Deductible Donation By June 30

The Bradman Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable trust supported by Sir Donald Bradman to honour and strengthen the game. All donations over $2 are tax deductible. The Bradman Foundation works to deliver three primary objectives: operate a public cricket museum,  promote playing the game as it should be played,  support young players by providing tertiary scholarships to  Australian students who balance cricket and education.. Read More Here. Donate here.

Bradman Foundation Appoints PWC for 3 Years

Bradman Foundation Appoints PWC for 3 Years

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