Located in the NSW town of Bowral, Bradman Oval is a heritage-listed cricket ground that hosts local and international matches. The ground is named after Australia's greatest ever 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 an attractive ground, with a white picket fence and surrounded by trees. It features the Bradman Pavilion which opened in 1989 which includes spectator seating and adjacent to that is the Bradman Museum which opened in 1996. A hill surrounds the remainder of the ground, with a capacity of around 5,000 which can be boosted with temporary stands.