The Bradman Foundation owns and operates the Bradman Centre in Bowral. One of the Foundation’s strategic objectives is to continue to develop the Museum as an enduring repository of cricket history by conserving, acquiring, researching and exhibiting relevant objects, photographs, film and audio that engage a global audience in the history of the game. This is what we do.
- #onthisday 1888 Born – Herbie Collins – AUS. R/H opening batsman. Captained Australia on the 1926 tour of England. #cricket #captain
- Lots of school holiday fun still happening at the Bradman Centre - with only just over a week of holidays left... https://t.co/zeCAV2CnsF
- #onthisday 2016 Opening p'ship of 187 (Finch 107, Warner 93) help AUS reach 8-348, dismiss India for 323 in 4th ODI match played at Canberra