The National Motor Museum is a collection of 300 vintage, veteran, post-war, classic, & modern cars, commercial vehicles, & 100 motorcycles.
Campe’s Motor Museum
Campe’s Motor Museum is every motor enthusiast’s dream come true. Founded more than three decades ago, the museum is home to vintage cars and an array of motor memorabilia.
You will find Campe’s Motor Museum, just behind the famous Big Woolbales, and only 3kms north-west of the Hamilton city center.
This museum started when Glen and Margaret Campe began running “Campe’s Coaches” back in the 1980s which ran a school bus run each day as well as bus charters. They grew their business to include a fleet of 14 buses.
Today, the museum celebrates cars, vans, and motorbikes by displaying them in its large exhibition shed. Some of the most notable attractions on-site include a 1955 Ansett Clipper Bus, a Citroen 1933, and a stunning Stutz 1929.
You will also be able to view motoring memorabilia, photos, and antiques and will be able to get up close with the many vintage cars on display. The museum is open daily, but it is wise to call ahead to check.
226 Coleraine Rd,
Hamilton VIC 3300, Australia
Campe’s Motor Museum Admission:
Child (Under 16yrs): $6.000
Campe’s Motor Museum Hours:
Daily 10:30 am 3:30 pm
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