Author Archives: Andrew Staff

Ashes Flashback: Women’s Cricket History Converges on North Sydney Oval

As the Women’s Ashes series continues, we take a look back on a history-making day from the 2017 Ashes series.

Bradman Museum #What’sHeThinking

The Bradman Museum ‘Dressing Room Gallery’ is open for interpretation this summer and we want to know, #WhatsHeThinking?

January Newsletter

Catch up on all the latest news from the Bradman Centre with the January Newsletter!

Visit Don Bradman’s Childhood Home

    An Augmented Reality Experience     Photograph: Eric Sierens                                   For a limited time only during January 2022 A Living History Experience Immerse yourself in Australian … More »

Visit Don Bradman’s Childhood Home

An Augmented Reality Experience                                  For a limited time only during January 2022 A Living History Experience Immerse yourself in Australian social, cultural and sporting history. Winner of … More »

Dennis Lillee Greats of the Game

His action was poetry in motion and he embodied an iconic era of Australian cricket. Dennis Lillee is GOTG 18.

Vale Ray Illingworth CBE (1932 – 2021)

Ray Illingworth passed away on 25th December 2021 A typically tough and indomitable Yorkshireman, Ray Illingworth was England’s 54th Test captain and one of its best-liked players during his career. … More »

Christmas Newsletter

Catch up on all the news from the Bradman Centre with out December Newsletter

Bradman’s 1934 Ashes Bat

Part of the rich history of the Ashes, Sir Donald Bradman’s William Sykes & Son cricket bat – used in the record-breaking 1934 series in England – has been sold for … More »

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