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Bradman Museum’s Greatest

Greats of the Game Travel around the world and through time In 2011, the late Richie Benaud (and former Patron of The Bradman Foundation) headed a panel to choose the … More »


27th AUGUST 1908 Today 27th August, we remember and honour Sir Donald Bradman on the occasion of his 114th birthday. One of the most significant figures in Australian cultural and … More »

Queens’ Birthday Awards

Congratulations to Australian crickets’ honourees in this years’ Queens’ Birthday awards.  Doug Walters, Meg Lanning, Muriel Picton and Shane Warne Congratulations Doug Walters  – AO – Queens Birthday Honouree 2022 … More »

Bradman Cafè Update

Due to major infrastructure works required, we regret to announce that the Bradman Café will be closed as of Wednesday May 11. We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you … More »

Congratulations Australia: World Cup Champions

For the seventh time, Australia have claimed victory at the Women’s ODI World Cup. An undefeated run, they were dominant from start to finish.

Shane Warne ‘An Arcane Art’

Over the course of his international career, Shane Warne mastered cricket’s most arcane art. Find out more via Google Arts and Culture

Vale Shane Warne

Shane Warne (1969 – 2022) “He’s the best thing that’s happened to the game in Australia for many years.” – Sir Donald Bradman, 1995.   For nigh on two decades, the … More »

Vale Rodney Marsh

Rodney Marsh MBE (1947 – 2022)    An icon of Australian cricket, Rod “Bacchus” Marsh was an endearing character whose exploits on the field ensured he will forever be remembered … More »

Bradman’s 1934 Ashes Bat

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 … More »

Andrew Leeming appointed CEO of Bradman Foundation and Museum

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. In making the announcement, … More »

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