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Bradman Gala Dinner - BOOK NOW

Bradman Gala Dinner - BOOK NOW

The Bradman Foundation is proud to announce that on 28 November 2018 it will honour two of our finest batsmen – Justin Langer AM and Matthew Hayden AM. That night, at a glittering gala dinner event, at the Sydney Cricket Ground Australia’s most prolific batting partnership will be inducted as the 2018 Bradman Honourees.  Purchase your ticket now to witness an exciting, nostalgic and historic evenings program which will also recall, 40 years to the day, Australia’s first day/night cricket match when Kerry Packer first turned on the lights at the SCG. The Gala Dinner is also a major fundraising event. By attending or making a donation to cover the cost of the attendance of past players, you are directly supporting the Bradman Museum’s work in capturing cricket’s heritage, preserving its history, honouring on-field excellence and educating young Australians about the history of our national summer sport. Book your tickets here. Read more here.

Coverdrive - Disability Program for Public High Schools

Coverdrive - Disability Program for Public High Schools

The Bradman Foundation raises funds to pay qualified coaches to work with public high schools  in the Southern Highlands to get kids active and awaken in them a love of sport. ‘Coverdrive’ is a one hour program of specially tailored physical activities which are held weekly throughout the school year. These activities provide the students with their only opportunity to express themselves physically amongst their peers and in a non-threatening environment. In addition to overcoming physical challenges, they learn enhanced social skills, teamwork, leadership, competitiveness and confidence. Best of all ‘Coverdrive’ is FUN which sees the students keenly anticipate their weekly slot on Bradman Oval. Read our story.

Unique Function Spaces for Hire

Unique Function Spaces for Hire

Contact us to talk about creating a memorable event at the Bradman Centre where we deliver a Bradman Heritage experience like no other. Lunch, dinner, birthday, client, staff and kids parties are our specialty. During the warmer months why not host your next event, or Christmas party on picturesque Bradman Oval. We have a fabulous Grazing Board package that would impress all your guests. The iconic Pavilion is a popular venue for wakes, and the upper level Bradman Library is an inspirational location for board meetings, small forums, most small business meetings and is undoubtedly the best place from which to watch cricket. The Bradman Cafe’s friendly staff stand ready to provide a catering solution for all occasions. Read more here.

Consider a Donation

Consider a Donation

The Bradman Foundation is a not for profit charitable trust supported by Sir Donald Bradman to honour and strengthen the game. All donations over $ 2 are tax deductible. The Bradman Foundation works to deliver three primary objectives: To operate a public cricket museum as a cultural institution and monument to the game. To educate and promote community spirit and respect both on and off the field. To provide tertiary scholarships to young Australians, with a connection to cricket, to assist them acquire a university degree and/or an equivalent qualification in cricket administration. Donate here.

Tour the Museum with Nathan Lyon

Tour the Museum with Nathan Lyon

Join Aussie spin-bowler Nathan Lyon as your Bradman Museum Tour Guide. Allow him to help you explore the extensive interactive displays, study Sir Donald Bradman’s playing equipment and learn about the Baggy Green. Along the way have fun with star batsman Glenn Maxwell and other Australian team members! Click here to see Nathan Lyon

You can be in the Bradman Museum

You can be in the Bradman Museum

‘Plot Your Pitch’ allows you to feature in the Bradman Museum. We want you to tell your cricket story so that it can be added to our ‘World of Cricket’ interactive globe. All you need is a photo of you or your team ready to upload. Go to Plot Your Pitch type in the ground where you first played cricket. Google maps will automatically find the ground. Click and drag the cricket bat icon across, answer the brief questions, tell us your memories of the ground and upload your photo. You can now brag to your family & friends that your story is on display along side The Don inside the Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame. http://www.plotyourpitch.com

Provenance & Valuation Advice

Provenance & Valuation Advice

If you require a valuation on a treasured item in your cricket collection, we recommend and use Michael Fahey from Sports Memorabilia Australia. See; http://www.sportsmem.com.au If you are thinking of spending money on a Bradman item, please check its authenticity before you buy. The Bradman Museum endorses Chris Anderson & Co as its authorized authentication agency. Chris watches auction sites and regularly brings to our attention items for sale on the open market which have questionable authenticity. See; Ebay item 1. Ebay item 2.

Whacky Wickets for Women

Whacky Wickets for Women

Whacky Wickets is a fun, evenly paced social modified game of cricket. it is PERFECT for girls and women to join in some social fun! Teams consist of 8 players and the fun will take place on the beautiful manicured outfield of iconic Bradman Oval. Read more here.

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