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Handpicked Top Places To Visit in Bowral, NSW. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

THE BRADMAN MUSEUM & THE INTERNATIONAL CRICKET HALL OF FAME

St Jude Street, Bowral, NSW 2576

Since 1989

Museum, Tourist Attractions, Games, Stadium, Arena and Sports Venue, Collection, School and Group Bookings, Exhibition, Children’s Playground, Self-Guided Tour, Historic Sites, Indoor & Outdoor Dining

They brings cricket to life with interactive touch screens, an expanded range of displays featuring original and match used equipment and five huge video screens which place cricket in the context of world history

ABN 79 348 933 297

Price: Adults $20.00, Children (5 - 17 years) $11.00, Family (2 Adults & 3 children) $55.00, Concession/Groups (15+) $15.00 & School Groups $9.00

info@bradman.com.au
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Mon - Sun : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

My husband has wanted to visit the Bradman Museum International Cricket Hall of fame for a while and today we spent a good two hours looking around and even I,as a person only mildly interested in cricket really enjoyed it. Great for passionate cricket lovers to see all about Donald Bradman and akso other greats from today and years gone by. Stopped on the way out to see Bradman childhood home. Well worth the visit.

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SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS BOTANIC GARDENS

Cnr Old South Rd & Kangaloon Rd, Bowral, NSW 2576

Since 2013

Botanical Gardens, Events, Exotic, Native and Endemic Species, Educational Programs, House, Collection of Trees & Shrubs

It is proposed that the Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens will develop and undertake research on a collection of trees and shrubs including those identified by Louisa Atkinson and Janet Cosh

ABN 68 164 166 821

info@shbg.com.au
shbg.com.au
It operates on voluntary and charitable donations and has a principal purpose of establishing and maintaining a Botanic Garden, primarily of trees, including collections of both native and exotic plants to represent four distinct seasons in a cool climate environment where water resources are increasingly scarce.
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