International Cricket Hall of Fame

Top choice in Southern NSW & The Murray

Bowral is where the late, great cricketer Sir Donald Bradman, Australia’s most legendary sporting hero, spent his boyhood. Incorporating the Bradman Museum of Cricket (, which has an engrossing collection of Ashes and Don-centric memorabilia, the complex has a pretty cricket oval and boasts an ever-expanding collection showcasing the international game.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Southern NSW & The Murray attractions

1. Mt Gibraltar Reserve

1.24 MILES

A drive up to this fabulous reserve (at 863m) with picnic areas and no fewer than three lookouts, offering stunning views of the valley below, is a must.

2. McVitty Grove Estate

5.54 MILES

McVitty Grove Estate has cellar-door sales of its Cuttaway Hill and Tractorless Vineyard labels, as well as a farm shop and a licensed cafe (tapas $15 to …

3. Southern Highland Wines

6.68 MILES

Cellar-door sales, tastings and a restaurant specialising in regional Italian flavours (mains $28 to $40).

4. Fitzroy Falls

11.78 MILES

Tumbling 81m from near-vertical sandstone cliffs, Fitzroy Falls can be a dramatic torrent or, in the heat of summer, a mere trickle. Regardless, you can…

5. Yarrawa Estate

16.4 MILES

This family-run cellar door offers wine tasting with genuine hospitality. Swish a mouthful of the chardonnay, buttery as brioche, or the verdelho with its…

6. Morton National Park

17.28 MILES

Morton National Park, one of NSW's largest, features the deep gorges and high sandstone plateaus of the Budawang Range. It's easily accessible from…

7. Pioneer Village Museum

17.64 MILES

This open-air museum, with meticulously recreated 19th-century cottages set in seven hectares of bushland, thoroughly immerses visitors in the sounds and…

8. Minnamurra Rainforest Centre

20.19 MILES

At the eastern edge of Budderoo National Park, 15km inland from Kiama via Jamberoo, this is a surprisingly lush subtropical rainforest. A 1.6km loop walk…