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Diana Fisher is heading to the Bradman Centre on 25 March

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Willo Cricket Bats Exhibition & Auction

Friday 17 February, 2017 Public viewing in the museum main hall from 4pm Event commences 6.30pm Auction commences 7.30pm Will Clarke is a young man living with Autism. He cannot … More »

Vale – Baroness Heyhoe-Flint, 1939-2017

The Bradman Foundation is saddened to learn of the death on 18 January of the founder of the Cricket World Cup, Baroness Heyhoe-Flint after a short illness aged 77. Captain … More »

Donation of 1932-33 ‘Bodyline’ Signature Bat By John Clancey

A bat with a fascinating story was donated to the Bradman Museum. John Clancey travelled all the way from Bendigo (Victoria) to donate an historic bat that he has held … More »

Meeting Sir Garfield Sobers

There are names in cricket which command immediate attention among the copious lists and inventories from years past. Bradman, Hammond, Worrell, Gavaskar, I. Chappell, Trumper, Grace are all synonymous with … More »


CHAIRMAN’S REMARKS1 January 2016 to December 2016 The year commenced with our Museum stand featuring prominently at the Sydney Test Match but, like the game, was cut short due to … More »

PS4 / XBOX ONE Don Bradman Cricket 17

Don Bradman Cricket 17 PS4 and XBOX ONE in store NOW Purchase your games here: PS4 Don Bradman CRICKET 17 XBOX ONE Don Bradman CRICKET 17 PS4 Don Bradman CRICKET … More »

Stage 2/3 Historical Inquiry – Australian Identities

Our Don Bradman by Peter Allen If your school is interested in a visit to the Bradman Centre as an extension of your classroom program please contact Mark at … More »

Bradman By Numbers

Australian cricket icon, Sir Donald Bradman, has inspired generations of young cricketers – and his batting prowess will now educate students as part of Cricket Australia’s Cricket Smart curriculum. The … More »

Vale – Michael James Ball AO – Former Chairman, Bradman Foundation

Michael was instrumental and highly successful in the fund-raising, planning and construction of the rejuvenated Bradman Museum to include The International Cricket Hall of Fame – which was opened in … More »

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