About The International
Cricket Hall of Fame
In 2008, to officially acknowledge the centenary of Sir Donald Bradman’s birth, the Australian Government provided a $6.5 million grant to the Bradman Foundation to establish The International Cricket Hall of Fame at the Bradman Museum.
With the objective to engage, inspire and educate as the driving force behind the project, The International Cricket Hall of Fame opened in late November 2010 and ensures that Sir Donald’s legacy will remain accessible and inspirational for generations to come.
“It is a major milestone in the history of the Highlands that the Bradman Oval at Bowral should become home to The International Cricket Hall of Fame.
“Bradman Oval has always been viewed as the spiritual home of cricket as it is the scene of Don Bradman’s early triumphs, and now that home is enlarged and enhanced by a splendid new building,” said former Chairman of the Bradman Foundation, Mr Michael Ball AM.
‘May cricket continue to flourish and spread its wings. The world can only be richer for it.’ – Sir Donald Bradman AC (1958 – The Art of Cricket)
The Bradman Foundation
The Bradman Foundation, a non-profit charitable trust, was established with the full support of Sir Donald Bradman AC to promote cricket as a valuable cultural and sporting force within the community.
The Foundation remains dedicated to honouring the contribution Sir Donald Bradman made to the game of cricket during his lifetime and bringing his vision – to encourage and inspire young people to serve their nation with courage, honour and humility – to the world’s cricket community. Find out more about The Bradman Foundation.