The Australian public is being offered a rare chance to glimpse the early part of Australian cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman's childhood.
The Bowral home, where Sir Don grew up, is being opened for public tours for the very first time.
The tours are being guided by Bradman historian Andrew Leeming, who curated the restoration of the Bradman family home at 52 Shepherd Street in Bowral.
The restoration work won the 2013 National Trust Award for Conservation and Heritage.
The tour will include a look at Don Bradman’s famous tank stand where the young cricketer practiced with a cricket stump and golf ball, as well as Bradman's childhood bedroom and the house’s heritage garden.
The Tours will run on Sunday 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th January for groups of six people.
Bookings are essential and are made through the Bradman Musuem.
To secure a spot on one of six tours, email Paul Millward at [email protected]
Images: Bradman Foundation