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Baggy Green Exhibition Open – Bradman Centre

Baggy Green Exhibition Open – Bradman Centre

We are excited to confirm that Shane Warne’s Baggy Green cap will be on permanent display at the Bradman Museum from August 28, thanks to the generosity of the Commonwealth Bank! Read more here.

Vale John Fahey AC

Vale John Fahey AC

The Bradman Foundation mourns the passing of beloved father, grandfather and Bowral local resident John Fahey (AC), who passed away on September 12 aged 75… Read the tribute here

Mon-Sunday 8am-3pm

Mon-Sunday 8am-3pm

Enjoy a cozy and memorable time in the NSW Southern Highlands this winter at Bowral’s best yummy gem… Read More Here

Mon-Sunday 9am-4pm

Mon-Sunday 9am-4pm

Come and experience a remarkable collection the Bradman Museum!  If you visit the Bradman Gallery… Read more here

Consider a Tax Deductible Donation

Consider a Tax Deductible Donation

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 Museum ONLINE WITH GOOGLE!

Bradman Museum ONLINE WITH GOOGLE!

You can enjoy more from the Bradman Museum, 3D walk through tours online, at Google Arts & Culture! With over 28 exhibitions, including past and present players, Steve Waugh walk through, Elise Perry’s double hundred at North Sydney Oval plus five Street view tours, and more than 550 objects to explore. https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/bradman-museum

 

Tour our galleries with Nathan Lyon, Glen Maxwell and Steve Smith.

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

Coverdrive Disabilities Program

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.

You CAN Bat On Bradman

You CAN Bat On Bradman

So you’ve been through the Museum, what’s next? Take  yourself, family and friends onto Bradman Oval  for a quick game of back yard cricket. HOW: Ask  our friendly staff at the front counter to pick up a free to hire plastic cricket kits… Read more here

Contributor's Corner

Contributor's Corner

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Bradman Foundation Appoints PWC for 3 Years

Bradman Foundation Appoints PWC for 3 Years

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