Sports fans will be enthralled with the extensive collection of cricket and other sports memorabilia housed in the Western Australian Cricket Association Museum in East Perth. Walk through the rooms of a converted residence situated next to the Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) cricket grounds to learn about all about the WACA’s 111 year history and see memorabilia from all around Australia.
See the notorious underarm ball that was bowled by Trevor Chappell in a test match against New Zealand. View the large collection of cricket bats used over the past century. Visit the Sir Donald Bradman Room to discover more about this legend of cricket as well as other names synonymous with the game including Dennis Lillee, Rodney Marsh and Adam Gilchrist.
Pick up a memento of your visit in the well stocked gift shop. Whether it is a photograph of one of Western Australia’s cricket greats in action, signed sports memorabilia or an Australian tour shirt, there is a large selection to tempt any cricket fan.
The museum is open Monday to Friday between 10.00am and 3.00pm. Comprehensive tours of the WACA grounds are available at 10.00am and 1.00pm Monday to Friday.
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Current WACA Members – Free (current membership card required)
Current WACA Member guests and members of other crickets associations AUD10 (current membership card required)