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Vale Richie Benaud OBE

The Bradman Foundation is deeply saddened by the recent passing of its long-serving Patron, Richie Benaud. Read notice.

Benaud’s Thoughts

Since 2009 over 130 players, umpires, administrators, broadcasters and coaches have kindly provided interviews about their time in cricket for the benefit of the museum’s visiting public. Click here are some highlights of Richie’s interview.

2015 Bradman Scholar

Glenelg cricketer Damon Kerr has beaten 60 other applicants from around Australia to be named the 2015 Bradman Scholar and the third South Australian to achieve the honour. Read more.

World of Cricket

This treasure trove of cricket is woven seamlessly together by the matchless commentary of Mike Coward. Now available online or in the store! Read more here. Author’s Note can be read here. Special offer to SCG Members.

Plot Your Pitch

We want everyone to “Plot Your Pitch” so we can show where cricket is played around the globe!

Make a Donation

The Bradman Foundation has continuously invested in youth cricket and your support would be greatly appreciated. PRINT a donation form here or CLICK for an online donation.

Education Programmes

We offer a range of educational packages for every age level. Read more here or call our education officer to arrange a visit for your school (02) 4862-1247.

Bradman’s First Bat

Bradman Curator David Wells explains the significance of Bradman’s first cricket bat (from ABC Open Illawarra on Vimeo).

Bradman Centre APP

The Bradman Centre APP provides users extensive overview of the rich experiences available at the Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame.
Download the APP from iTunes or Google Play here.

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