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Shane Warne Baggy Green Comes to Bradman Centre

Shane Warne Baggy Green Comes to Bradman Centre

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

NOW ONLINE WITH GOOGLE!

NOW ONLINE WITH GOOGLE!

You can enjoy more from the Bradman Museum now online, at Google Arts & Culture! With over 28 exhibitions, five StreetView tours, and more than 550 objects to explore. https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/bradman-museum

 

Destination Southern Highlands is Sharing The Love!

Destination Southern Highlands is Sharing The Love!

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Bradman February Offer

Bradman February Offer

Cool down this February when you visit the Bradman Museum with a complimentary peach iced tea with… Café Open ~ 8:00am to 4pm. See more here.

February 28 - Whacky Wickets Today!

February 28 - Whacky Wickets Today!

The 2020 season for ‘Whacky Wickets’ female social matches are kicking off from tomorrow evening on Bradman Oval… Read more here.

March 29 - Vintage Car Sunday

March 29 - Vintage Car Sunday

Join us on the last Sunday of the month for Vintage Car Sunday! A truly fantastic turnout of vintage cars… From end to end of St Jude Street Bowral, see the historic wheels on display. Read more here.

Visit the Bradman Cafe

Visit the Bradman Cafe

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the town centre, with indoor and outdoor dining options – the Bradman Café is the hidden gem serving quality coffee and delicious dishes in a one-of-a-kind location.   Museum ~ 10am to 5pm. Read more here.

Museum Tour: 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 learn about the Baggy Green. Along the way have fun with star batsman Glenn Maxwell and other Australian team members! Click here to see Nathan Lyon.

Coverdrive Program

Coverdrive Program

The Bradman Foundation raises funds to pay qualified coaches to engage public high school students in a variety of  sports. ‘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 Donation

Consider a 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, educate and promote community spirit, provide tertiary scholarships to young Australians. Read More Here. Donate here.

Bat On Bradman

Bat On Bradman

So you’ve been through the Museum, what’s next? Why don’t you see one of our friendly staff at the front counter and grab one of our free cricket kits… Read more here

What's On Bradman Oval

What's On Bradman Oval

Find out the latest and greatest events occurring on Bradman oval every month! Find out more!

Bradman Foundation Appoints PWC for 3 Years

Bradman Foundation Appoints PWC for 3 Years

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