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Become a Heritage Raider to explore alongside the Heritage Keepers, as they open the vaults and welcome Raiders of all ages to discover the stories behind cricket’s Heritage Makers such as Don Bradman, Alyssa Healy and Nathan Lyon. Hold a precious artefact in your hand during this up close and personal, interactive event. Listen with your eyes during the Heritage Keepers talk and learn how past cricketing passions became traditions and why the game is so connected with Australian culture. Have fun learning about the importance of interpreting, sharing and protecting the game’s legacy. This is an awesome activity that can be shared with the whole family or just join in on your own. Fanatics can spend all day soaking up cricketing heritage including a break in play at Bradman Café. The program is running mid-week during all public school holidays at The Bradman Centre, St Jude Street, Bowral t. 02 4862 1247. Travelling by car is around 80 minutes from Sydney, 110 minutes from Canberra and 50 minutes from Wollongong. Walk in Bradman’s footsteps on the oval and don’t miss the opportunity to have your photo taken with The Don’s life size statue. Visit the Bradman Store to pick up a present or something for yourself to remember your experience at the Bradman Centre.

Session: 1pm-2pm

Start: July 11, 2020
End: July 11, 2020
Venue: Bradman Museum
Phone: +61248621247
Address: Google Map St Jude Street, Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: $10 per person

Become a Heritage Raider to explore alongside the Heritage Keepers, as they open the vaults and welcome Raiders of all ages to discover the stories behind cricket’s Heritage Makers such as Don Bradman, Alyssa Healy and Nathan Lyon. Hold a precious artefact in your hand during this up close and personal, interactive event. Listen with your eyes during the Heritage Keepers talk and learn how past cricketing passions became traditions and why the game is so connected with Australian culture. Have fun learning about the importance of interpreting, sharing and protecting the game’s legacy. This is an awesome activity that can be shared with the whole family or just join in on your own. Fanatics can spend all day soaking up cricketing heritage including a break in play at Bradman Café. The program is running mid-week during all public school holidays at The Bradman Centre, St Jude Street, Bowral t. 02 4862 1247. Travelling by car is around 80 minutes from Sydney, 110 minutes from Canberra and 50 minutes from Wollongong. Walk in Bradman’s footsteps on the oval and don’t miss the opportunity to have your photo taken with The Don’s life size statue. Visit the Bradman Store to pick up a present or something for yourself to remember your experience at the Bradman Centre.

Session: 11am-12pm

Start: July 9, 2020
End: July 9, 2020
Venue: Bradman Museum
Phone: +61248621247
Address: Google Map St Jude Street, Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: $10 per person

Become a Heritage Raider to explore alongside the Heritage Keepers, as they open the vaults and welcome Raiders of all ages to discover the stories behind cricket’s Heritage Makers such as Don Bradman, Alyssa Healy and Nathan Lyon. Hold a precious artefact in your hand during this up close and personal, interactive event. Listen with your eyes during the Heritage Keepers talk and learn how past cricketing passions became traditions and why the game is so connected with Australian culture. Have fun learning about the importance of interpreting, sharing and protecting the game’s legacy. This is an awesome activity that can be shared with the whole family or just join in on your own. Fanatics can spend all day soaking up cricketing heritage including a break in play at Bradman Café. The program is running mid-week during all public school holidays at The Bradman Centre, St Jude Street, Bowral t. 02 4862 1247. Travelling by car is around 80 minutes from Sydney, 110 minutes from Canberra and 50 minutes from Wollongong. Walk in Bradman’s footsteps on the oval and don’t miss the opportunity to have your photo taken with The Don’s life size statue. Visit the Bradman Store to pick up a present or something for yourself to remember your experience at the Bradman Centre.

Session 1: 11am-12pm
Session 2: 1pm-2pm

Start: July 8, 2020
End: July 8, 2020
Venue: Bradman Museum
Phone: +61248621247
Address: Google Map St Jude Street, Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: $10 per person

Become a Heritage Raider to explore alongside the Heritage Keepers, as they open the vaults and welcome Raiders of all ages to discover the stories behind cricket’s Heritage Makers such as Don Bradman, Alyssa Healy and Nathan Lyon. Hold a precious artefact in your hand during this up close and personal, interactive event. Listen with your eyes during the Heritage Keepers talk and learn how past cricketing passions became traditions and why the game is so connected with Australian culture. Have fun learning about the importance of interpreting, sharing and protecting the game’s legacy. This is an awesome activity that can be shared with the whole family or just join in on your own. Fanatics can spend all day soaking up cricketing heritage including a break in play at Bradman Café. The program is running mid-week during all public school holidays at The Bradman Centre, St Jude Street, Bowral t. 02 4862 1247. Travelling by car is around 80 minutes from Sydney, 110 minutes from Canberra and 50 minutes from Wollongong. Walk in Bradman’s footsteps on the oval and don’t miss the opportunity to have your photo taken with The Don’s life size statue. Visit the Bradman Store to pick up a present or something for yourself to remember your experience at the Bradman Centre.

Session 1: 11am-12pm
Session 2: 1pm-2pm

Start: July 7, 2020
End: July 7, 2020
Venue: Bradman Museum
Phone: 0248621247
Address: Google Map St Jude Street, Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: $10 per person

Become a Heritage Raider to explore alongside the Heritage Keepers, as they open the vaults and welcome Raiders of all ages to discover the stories behind cricket’s Heritage Makers such as Don Bradman, Alyssa Healy and Nathan Lyon. Hold a precious artefact in your hand during this up close and personal, interactive event. Listen with your eyes during the Heritage Keepers talk and learn how past cricketing passions became traditions and why the game is so connected with Australian culture. Have fun learning about the importance of interpreting, sharing and protecting the game’s legacy. This is an awesome activity that can be shared with the whole family or just join in on your own. Fanatics can spend all day soaking up cricketing heritage including a break in play at Bradman Café. The program is running mid-week during all public school holidays at The Bradman Centre, St Jude Street, Bowral t. 02 4862 1247. Travelling by car is around 80 minutes from Sydney, 110 minutes from Canberra and 50 minutes from Wollongong. Walk in Bradman’s footsteps on the oval and don’t miss the opportunity to have your photo taken with The Don’s life size statue. Visit the Bradman Store to pick up a present or something for yourself to remember your experience at the Bradman Centre.

Session 1: 11am-12pm
Session 2: 1pm-2pm

Start: July 6, 2020
End: July 6, 2020
Venue: Bradman Museum
Phone: 0248621247
Address: Google Map St Jude Street, Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: $10 per person

This incredible exhibition covers the amazing gamut of Australian Women’s Cricket as presented by the iconic Bradman Museum Bowral. A unique exhibition not to be missed in our progressive history for the role of women in sport! The exhibition traces the rise of women’s cricket in Australia and celebrates their current success. Despite repeated marginalisation in favour of resourcing the men’s Game, women’s cricket has prospered through shared determination, initiative, goodwill and a pioneering spirit.

Start: March 3, 2020 8:00 am
End: March 31, 2020 5:00 pm
Venue: Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground
Phone: (02) 9380 014
Address: Google Map Driver Ave, Moore Park, Sydney, 2021

Come and cheer our local cricketers! 45 overs. From 12.30pm.

Start: February 29, 2020 12:30 pm
End: February 29, 2020 5:00 pm
Venue: St Jude Street
Address: Google Map Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: Free
Whacky Wickets Day 4

February 28, 2020

Whacky Wickets is a casual, fun and fully supervised social cricket night for  women and girls of all ages with music, yummy food and all cricket gear provided – no experience necessary (we’ll teach you!). This event is ideal for mums and daughters!

Beginning Friday February 7th at 5.30pm. Running over 6 Friday evenings up to March 13 2020 in the beautiful Southern Highlands of NSW, on the childhood home ground of Sir Donald Bradman!

Organised in conjunction with Highlands District Cricket, the hugely popular Whacky Wickets fills up quickly, bookings required. Registrations online or on the night.

Cost: $10 per night or $5 per sibling, includes exclusive Whacky Wickets Team T-Shirt

Start: February 28, 2020 5:30 pm
End: February 28, 2020 7:00 pm
Venue: St Jude Street
Phone: 0248621247
Address: Google Map Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: $10 per person

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Start: February 23, 2020
End: February 23, 2020
Venue: St Jude Street
Phone: 0248621247
Address: Google Map Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: Free

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. Free community event. 8am – 11am Amenities available at Bradman Centre // heaps of free street parking // & grab your brekkie and hot drinks from Bradman Cafe!

Start: February 23, 2020
End: February 23, 2020
Venue: St Jude Street
Phone: 0248621247
Address: Google Map Bowral, NSW, Australia, 2576
Cost: Free
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