Max ‘Tangles’ Walker, returns to the Bradman Museum

02/03/15 Category: News Posted by:

Max ‘Tangles’ Walker, returns to the Bradman Museum for an evening of fun and fundraising on Friday 6 March. This is a fabulous opportunity to rub shoulders with one of the game’s wittiest players, and author of over 14 humorous cricket books. Max last visited Bowral for the opening of the World Series Cricket exhibition in February 2013.

Do not miss this opportunity to meet Max, laugh and enjoy a night full of humour.

Friday, 6 March 2015

All proceeds go towards the 2015 Oxley College First XI cricket tour to England.

Entry Fee only $50 (includes drink on arrival and canapes).

Book online at


Max Walker is an authentic, inspirational public speaker and the consummate Master of Ceremonies. He presents constantly throughout Australia and around the globe. His message has inspired and captivated audiences in Rio de Janeiro, New York, London, Hong Kong, Orlando, Singapore, Hawaii, Bangkok, Dubai, Vancouver, Harare, Johannesburg, Tokyo and Beijing.

Max Walker is also a successful entrepreneur and Australian Test Player number 263. He played in World Series Cricket and features in the “Come on Aussie Come On” jingle played through the documentary in the Museum WSC Gallery.

Academically, Max Walker qualified from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a Fellowship Diploma of Architecture and practiced as an architect for 10 years.

For 7 years Max Walker was Victorian Government appointed member of the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre Trust and has subsequently been made a Life Member.

His accreditation as a Certified Speaking Professional gives Max Walker an internationally recognised credential and places him in a select group of Australian Speakers who have reached this peak.

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