An address by former Sydney Cricket Ground Chairman, Rodney Cavalier AO will take place on Anzac Day at Bradman Oval with a commemorative RAAF flag raising service at 9:00am.
Following this will be a 40 over match between the RAAF XI vs Bradman Members XI, playing for the Bradman Miller Cup.
The 9am Anzac flag raising address and match is a free event and a wonderful way to spend time with the family at the Australian iconic Bradman oval and museum. The Bradman Cafe will also be serving free Anzac Biscuits at the 9am service.
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Glebe Park precinct where the Centre and oval are situated also has playground for the kids, BBQ facilities, and plenty of free parking and seating is available.
The Bradman Miller Cup was named in honour of Don Bradman and his Invincible teammate Keith Miller, arguably the greatest all-rounder in the history of Australian Test cricket.
Miller played an aggressive and attractive style of cricket that could turn a match in the blink of an eye.
He served as a fighter pilot in the RAAF during WWII, flying combat missions over Germany.
Also, make the most of your Anzac day with a visit to the Bradman Museum to view a collection of military photos taken during conflicts over the years displayed in the main hall.
On show will be a fascinating series of photographs highlighting cricket in the armed services with images from all major conflicts from the Boer War to Afghanistan.
The museum is open from 10am to 5pm on Anzac Day.
Join the spirit of the day with a menu special at Bradman Cafe of freshly baked Anzac biscuits (free) and Billy tea, open from 8am to 4pm.
Family friendly, playground on site, free event. Café open from 8am.
Anzac cookies, hot chocolates and fresh brewed coffee, plus meals available all day.