Category Archives: Blog

Vale John Rutherford

The first Western Australian to represent Australian men’s team in Test cricket, Rutherford was a cricketing pioneer. 

Bradman Museum Closed Today

The Bradman Museum is CLOSED today (Thursday 7th April) due to extreme weather in Bowral. We look forward to welcoming you back soon!

Australian Women’s Cricket #BreakTheBias

On International Women’s Day 2020 they had their watershed moment. In 2022, the Australian Women’s Cricket Team continue to set the standard. Image © ICC Business Corporation FZ LLC 2020

Anniversary of Sir Donald Bradman’s Passing

Anniversary of Sir Donald Bradman’s Passing More than twenty years since the passing of Sir Donald Bradman, his legacy –  as batsman, cricket administrator and cultural icon more generally – … More »

Bradman Masters T20 Tournament

No picket will be safe from Bowral to Mittagong next week, as the Bradman Foundation hosts the second annual Masters T20 Tournament. The tournament, which will run from Monday 14th … More »

Women’s Ashes Book Deal

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 »

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 »

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 »

Vale Eileen Ash

Eileen Ash (née Whelan) was the longest-lived Test cricketer. Her passing at the age of 110 brings to a close the most extraordinary innings for a woman who played for … More »

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