Bradman Oval

Bradman Oval is a heritage-listed cricket ground in Glebe Street, Bowral in the southern highlands area of New South Wales, Australia. It was named after cricketer Don Bradman, who lived locally and played at the ground in the 1920s. His ashes are scattered on and near the Oval. It is also known as Glebe Park. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 23 June 2000.
It is an attractive ground, with a white picket fence and an old fashioned pavilion. The Camden Woollybutt is the main gum tree species surrounding the playing surface. It has a seating capacity of up to 5,000 people.
Bradman Oval and the nearby International Cricket Hall of Fame are tourist attractions for cricket fans in Australia, and for people visiting from overseas.
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