Category Archives: Blog

Major Heritage Acquisition

We have just recently secured 35,000 vintage prints from the US which spans all Australian cricket series from 1920 to 1975. The collection is historically significant as it represents the … More »

EVERY School Holiday

#HOWZAT KIDS WILL BOWL YOU OVER The Bradman Centre will be holding some exciting events for the kids these July school holidays. The Raiders of the Vault debuted in April … More »

Employment Opportunity for Young Adult

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Bradman Birthday Lunch

Bradman Birthday Lunch 27 August 2017 11:00am – 2:30pm The Bradman Birthday Long Lunch will be held on Sunday, 27 August and we are proud to announce four excellent guest … More »

Emily Bradman, loving mother of The Don

About Emily Bradman’s Diary/Notebook The Bradman Museum holds a digital copy* of Emily Bradman’s diary/notebook, the place where she expressed her hopes, fears and philosophies together with some good old-fashioned … More »

Australian Under 19s headline release of ACT/Country NSW underage squads

Australian Under 19 players Jason Sangha and Ian Carlisle have headlined the release of the ACT/NSW Country Under 19 and Under 17 squads. Sangha, a class batsman from Newcastle, and … More »

Andrew Young: 2017 Bradman Scholar and Budding Journalist

From a Purist’s Perspectiveby Andrew Young I write overlooking the University Main oval. Despite being washed in sunlight, the undeniable scent of deep heat and dried mud hints at the … More »

KKKK is the Prinicpal Partner of Coverdrive: Playing for a Brighter Future

On Saturday 29 April at the annual end of season match between the Chairman’s XI and Bradman Crest Members XI (BFXI). The Executive Director Rina Hore announced a new partnership … More »

The Chairman’s Luncheon, 29 April 2017

You are invited to secure a seat at the annual end of season luncheon which will be held in the main hall of the Museum on Saturday 29 April 2017. … More »


The coveted Bradman Scholarship for 2017 has been awarded to Andrew Young, 18 years, of Melbourne University. Both a talented cricketer and writer, the opening batsman with a flair for … More »

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