Saturday, 1 April 2017


Bradman Museum, Bowral. 
The NSW Southern Highlands will be showcased to millions of viewers around the country on Monday, 3 April when the Today Show broadcasts live from Bowral.

NSW Minister for Tourism and Major Events Adam Marshall said the broadcast was secured by the NSW Government in partnership with Destination Southern Highlands, the Bradman Centre and Centennial Vineyards.

“We are excited to welcome the Today Show to Bowral and I am sure the extensive exposure will entice even more people to the region to experience what’s on offer,” Mr Marshall said.

The 3.5 hour program will reveal exciting new tourism attractions, fabulous food and wine, golf courses, shopping and the region’s links to Mary Poppins and Sir Donald Bradman.

The Today Show will broadcast live from Bradman Oval and the Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame, while the weather will be broadcast from Centennial Vineyards.

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