Image: J Bar 2009, source.
The Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame experience is a must see for cricket lovers and visitors to Illawarra alike.
The centre features awesome technology, interactive touch screens, games, live footage from around the world, displays and more make it a blast for the kids and incredibly well presented for the whole family.
As Australia’s number one summer sport, cricket has always held a special place in Australia’s sporting and cultural make-up. The museum is a fantastic visit not just for keen followers of the game but to all who wonder what is cricket and why is it so important to millions of people around the world.
The Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame is set in the beautiful surrounds of Bradman Oval, and includes Stumps café and a gift store dedicated to the highest quality cricket gear for young players.
Discover more about the legend of Donald Bradman in his home town of Bowral and learn the fascinating history of the game and the game’s greats who have played on the world stage. The museum will leave you with a deep sense of appreciation for the sport and the nation’s international figures.
Make it a day trip, Bowral is only an hour’s drive from Wollongong and it’s a fantastic day out unto itself.
Located on 20 Jude Street Bowral, admission is $20 for adults, $15 for Concession card holders and groups and $11 for Children (5015 Years), there’s also a family admission for $55 that includes 2 adults and three children. Visit their website for more information.