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Cricket Captains Walk

Jubilee Park, Cootamundra, New South Wales 2590, Australia
+61 2 6940 2100
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A beautiful park making best use of Cotamundras Cricket History

Cootamundra has a unique place in Australian Cricket History as the Birthplace of 'The Don... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2018
WW_Traveller023
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Sydney, Australia
OK if you are a Cricket fan

Had a stroll around here and it is well done. I suspect a must see for any cricket fan which I am... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2018
vickyj0hn
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Shoalhaven, Australia
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Jubilee Park, Cootamundra, New South Wales 2590, Australia
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+61 2 6940 2100
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Reviewed 8 June 2018

Cootamundra has a unique place in Australian Cricket History as the Birthplace of 'The Don' - making good use of this, they town has a Cricket Captains Walk in a lovely park. It was a pleasure to see all the Captains busts along the walk.

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Reviewed 13 May 2018

Had a stroll around here and it is well done. I suspect a must see for any cricket fan which I am not. Even so I can appreciate the work that has gone into establishing this.

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Reviewed 29 April 2018

Not too far from the museum is the Cricket Captains Walk with bust of Cricket Captains from the beginning worth seeing if looking for something different

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Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

The Cricket Captains Walk is a great tribute to all the former captains with a fair bit of information on each one. It’s a very pleasant stroll through the park and great to add to a visit to the local Bradman museum.

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Reviewed 1 April 2018

We loved walking around this park. The birds and the wildlife were abundant we saw white crested cockatoos and galahs as well as wild budgies.

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Reviewed 17 January 2018

A clever addition to the folklore surrounding The Don's birthplace. This walk depicts every Australian captain, beginning with the indigenous touring team captain, Johnny Mullagh through to Michael Clarke (Shane Watson & Steve Smith to be added I assume). Even temporary skippers like Gilchrist &...More

Thank danielkayelene
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Reviewed 16 December 2017

Set in a beautiful park the Captains Walk is a must if you are visiting Cootamundra. The setting out of the walk is tastefully done and the busts of each captain and their match statistics provide an interesting insights into who were the movers and...More

Thank Knightsupporter
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Reviewed 15 November 2017 via mobile

Jubilee Park is billed as a botanical garden and it had some interesting trees but no info for tourists. It is grassy, shady and peaceful but just off the shopping strip, so good for lunch. The captains walk is a 50m strip with busts of...More

Thank mrdom
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Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

If you're interested in cricket, or Australian sporting history in general, then a walk around this attraction is recommended. There are busts of all of Australia's Cricket Captains, excluding the last four. Some of them are better than others but, overall, they're great to look...More

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Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

Decided to have a lunch break from our road trip north and went to Jubilee park picnic spot. Found this Walk lined with bronze busts of Australia's great cricket captains. Really interesting tribute to our sporting legends

Thank DawnHendrick
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