Join television journalist Katie Gallagher from WIN News for scones and tea at her NSW Cancer Council Fund Raising event at Don Bradman's Childhood Home.
Saturday 4th - General Admission (Tank Stand, Heritage Garden, Tea and Scones, and Digital Archives)
Join us for tea and scones at the Bradman Family Home in Bowral and try your hand at hitting a golf ball at Don Bradman’s famous tank stand. Explore the house’s extensive digital archives which hold over 3,000 photographs, videos, oral histories, catalogues, periodicals, and documents dating back to the mid-19th century
A treasure trove of Australian domestic history and everyday life, the house's archives are a step into an almost forgotten world and tell a vivid story of the young Don Bradman and his family’s early life in Bowral.
Sunday 5th May - Premium Admission (House Tour, Tank Stand, Heritage Garden, Tea and Scones, and Digital Archives)
A personalised tour of the Bradman Family Home, including, tea and scones; access to Don Bradman’s famous tank stand as well as the house’s heritage garden; and the house’s extensive digital archives which hold over 3,000 photographs, catalogues, periodicals, and documents dating back to the mid-19th century.
Our award winning state-of-the-art technology will take you back to every-day life in the Bradman household in Bowral. You will vividly experience the daily life of a young Don Bradman and gain insights as to how he achieved so much success both on-and-off the cricket field.