While you wait for your departure make sure you take a few minutes to browse the Bradman Collection – a fascinating display honouring the greatest batsman in the history of cricket, Sir Donald Bradman.

Housed in a state of the art, purpose built museum in the Riverbank Stand, the exhibition is on loan by the State Library of South Australia and showcases his priceless and personal collection of cricket memorabilia from 1927-1977. It was originally Sir Donald’s wish that a home for the Bradman Collection may be found at Adelaide Oval, and this was completed in 2008, the centenary of his birth.

The Bradman Collection pays tribute to an Australian legend and international hero who made Adelaide his home. You can watch footage of Bradman in the theatrette, test your own skills with the interactive museum, and browse through personal items including cricket bats, balls, trophies and more.

The collection is open 9am to 4pm Monday to Sunday (except public holidays & event days), and is free for everyone to view.