Making the most of your visit
The Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame is located in the NSW Southern Highlands, in the town of Bowral. It is situated in an area known as Glebe Park, which includes Bradman Oval and parkland featuring a children’s playground.
Phone 02 4862 1247
10am – 5pm everyday, except Good Friday and Christmas Day.
Adults – $20.00
Children (5 – 17 years) – $10.00
Family (2 Adults & 3 children) – $50.00
Concession/Groups (15+) – $14.00
School Groups – $8.00
At a minimum, you should allow at least 90 minutes to experience the Museum. However, cricket enthusiasts will be entertained for hours!
Free parking is available on St Jude Street and Glebe Street.
Stumps Café features indoor and outdoor dining and offers everything from a quick coffee to a full lunch menu.
There are BBQs in Glebe Park next door. As well Bowral’s cafes are only a few minutes drive away.
The Southern Highlands boasts some great accommodation, ranging from B&Bs to boutique hotels on large estates.
Visit www.southern-highlands.com.au or call the Southern Highlands Tourism accommodation line on 1300 657 559.
Plenty! The beautiful Southern Highlands boasts amazing wineries, cafés and restaurants, shopping, the Illawarra Fly and spectacular scenery. Visit www.southern-highlands.com.au or call the Southern Highlands Tourism on 1300 657 559 for more information.
Also consider making time for the Bradman Walk. This is a self-guided tour of Bowral that visits some of the historic sites associated with Sir Donald Bradman. The mainly flat walk is 1.7km and takes about 45min to complete. Find out more about The Bradman Walk.
The Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame is located on St Jude Street Bowral, just off the F5 Freeway (Hume Hwy). View on Google Maps »
Time From Sydney: around 60 minutes
Time From Canberra: around 90 minutes
Time From Wollongong: around 45 minutes
We’re about a 20min walk from Bowral train station. Plan your train trip »
We have a team of enthusiastic volunteer guides that offer daily tours of The International Cricket Hall of Fame. It’s a great way to gain that little extra insight into the exhibits. Contact us to arrange a tour for your group (02) 4862 1247 or email@example.com
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