At the home of the iconic Australian batsman, a social event happens each Friday encouraging the future of female cricket.
Returning after a successful debut last year, Bradman Oval will be hosting another season of Whacky Wickets which encourages women of all ages to get out on the field and enjoy the great game of cricket.
Bradman Centre's company secretary Rina Hore lives and breathes cricket and to see women of all ages on Bradman Oval playing the game she loves is a thrill.
"It gets them out there playing," Ms Hore said.
"There's no structured competition here in the Highlands. Without this they wouldn't be playing at all.
"The big thing for us is that they're coming out here on a Friday night, having some fun and hopefully eventually playing in some form of competition cricket."
Whacky Wickets debuted last year and was met with success. There will be some changes this time around that will give players from all different playing levels a chance to succeed.
"We ran it last year as a social engagement," Ms Hore said.
"That was to test the waters and allow the girls to have a go. They got to learn about the game of cricket in a modified way so it wasn't too daunting.
"It was very popular and so this year we decided to continue it. We now have a social section for beginners and a competitive section for the girls who want to take the next step."
It has been a major goal for the Highlands District Cricket Association (HDCA) to get more females into the game of cricket. This is an excellent way for women to test the waters of the sport, and see if it is for them.
"It's just great to watch them having fun," Ms Hore said.
"It's called Whacky Wickets. It's not supposed to be serious cricket.
"This is about getting the girls into the game of cricket, engaging with like minded people and playing in an environment where they're not getting embarrassed for getting out, unable to bowl or dropping a catch.
"It's about getting out there and having a go. There are ladies out there who have always wanted to play cricket, but just haven't been brave enough to put their hand up.
"Now they're totally comfortable in the surroundings with the other girls."
For any females wanting to give it a go, but still on the fence, Rina gave that little extra incentive to head down to Bradman Oval on a Friday night.
"It's fun. There's music, food and a little bit of wine," Ms Hore said.
"To get involved, all you have to do is show up.
"Whacky Wickets begins at 5:30pm each Friday afternoon and it's open registration. If you miss a week, that's okay. It's for whoever turns up on the night. We accommodate everyone into groups and they go out and have a ball.
"It's a nice simple system. Turn up and play."