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Visit Don Bradman's Childhood Home

Visit Don Bradman's Childhood Home

Immerse yourself in Australian social, cultural and sporting history. Winner of the 2013 National Trust Award for Conservation and Heritage, the Bradman family home at 52 Shepherd Street is a step back into early Australian life. For more information and to book: Click here

Bradman's 1934 Ashes Bat ON DISPLAY

Bradman's 1934 Ashes Bat ON DISPLAY

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 a record price. IT IS STILL ON DISPLAY IN THE MUSEUM For the full story:   Click here

Bradman Foundation January Newsletter

Bradman Foundation January Newsletter

It has been a busy start to the New Year at the Bradman Museum. Catch up on all the news via our January Newsletter. For more information:   Click here

Talking Cricket on Social Media: @BradmanBowral

Talking Cricket on Social Media: @BradmanBowral

Twitter                 Facebook               Instagram The Bradman Museum is a contemporary voice in Australian cricket. From series previews, analysis and full-length feature stories, we are committed to covering our great game. Keep on top of the latest news via Talking Cricket. To read more: Click here

Andrew Leeming Appointed CEO

Andrew Leeming Appointed  CEO

The Chairman of the Bradman Foundation, Leon Zwier, has announced that Andrew
Leeming has been appointed as the new CEO of the Bradman Foundation and Museum. To read the full release:

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Walking Football: In recess for Christmas & New Year

Walking Football: In recess for Christmas & New Year

Walking Football over 50’s social games are in recess at the moment due to the current COVID restrictions in NSW. We look forward to resuming the program once the public health advice allows for it! For more information on the program: Click here

Bradman Conference Facility - Book for 2022

Bradman Conference Facility - Book for 2022

The newly renovated Bradman Trust Room is the perfect conference venue for up to 20 guests. The room offers a quiet elegance with library, fireplace and private outdoor balcony with views of the iconic Bradman Oval. Complete with virtual AV & high speed Wi-Fi internet, it is perfect for business groups.  To secure your next conference contact us by clicking here. For more information, including photos: Click here

Who is Sir Donald Bradman?

Who is Sir Donald Bradman?

Discover some amazing Bradman facts,  plus lots of cricket stories, right here thanks to our fantastic partnership with Google Arts & Culture.  Our staff have complied a fabulous range of  short online exhibitions which provide information about The Don. Ideal for school projects or just cricket-lovers keen to learn more about Sir Donald. To find out more via Google Arts and Culture: Click here

Donate To Support India COVID-19 Crisis Appeal

Donate To Support India COVID-19 Crisis Appeal

Bradman Museum commits to support UNICEF COVID-19 Appeal.
You can support too, by clicking through on this link. For more information, including a full media release: Click here

OUR BOOK – India's 71-Year Test Launched By Ravi Shastri

OUR BOOK – India's 71-Year Test Launched By Ravi Shastri

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OUR KIDS' BOOK – Justin Langer's 'Cricket-The Aussie Way!'

OUR KIDS' BOOK – Justin Langer's 'Cricket-The Aussie Way!'

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OUR BOOK – Clearing Boundaries: The Rise of Australian Women's Cricket

OUR BOOK – Clearing Boundaries: The Rise of Australian Women's Cricket

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Coverdrive Disabilities Program

Coverdrive Disabilities Program

The Coverdrive program, now in its fifth year, uses sport as a means to engage with high school students with disabilities. Promoting the unique and invaluable lessons that sport provides, Coverdrive works with the support units of Bowral and Moss Vale High Schools, to give in excess of 70 students the chance to participate and engage in a range of sporting activities on a weekly basis. For the full story: Click here

Museum Tour With Nathan Lyon

Join Australian 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 see the Baggy Greens. Along the way have fun with star batsman Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith and other Australian team members! Click here to play the video tour with Nathan Lyon.

Consider a Tax Deductible Donation By June 30

Consider a Tax Deductible Donation By June 30

The Bradman Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable trust supported by Sir Donald Bradman to honour and strengthen the game. We work to deliver three primary objectives: operate a public cricket museum,  promote playing the game as it should be played and supporting young players by providing tertiary scholarships to Australian students who balance cricket and education.. Read More Here. OR: Donate here

Bradman Foundation Appoints PWC

Bradman Foundation Appoints PWC

The Bradman Foundation is pleased to partner with PWC for the provision of audit service for three years from October 2019. For more information: Click here

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