National Motor Racing Museum

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National Motor Racing Museum

The National Motor Racing Museum celebrates the rich history of Australian Motor Sport, with a particular focus on Bathurst and Mount Panorama as the spiritual home of Australian motor racing. Located at Murray’s Corner, Mount Panorama – an address the envy of motorsports Australia-wide.

From humble beginnings as a temporary display, the Museum, then known as The Bathurst Motor Racing Museum was officially opened in 1988 by the late Peter Brock. Through changes in name and the move to our current location, the Museum and collection have grown substantially over the last 30 years to cover all facets of motorsport from the 1920s to the present. The stories of drivers and events are told through original trophies, race suits, leathers, race footage, and photographs.

See many of the dominant machines that ran in Australian touring car, open-wheeler, rally, motorcycle, and speedway races. Take in one of our ever-changing exhibitions and experience the spectacular Immersive Room which gives visitors a taste of the speed, sound, and excitement of racing at Mount Panorama.

400 Panorama Ave,
Bathurst NSW 2795, Australia
P:
+61263321872
Email: nmrmcounter@bathurst.nsw.gov.au

National Motor Racing Museum Admission:

Adults $15.00
Concession $10.00
Children (School Age) $7.00
Family $35.00

Plan: 1-2hr

National Motor Racing Museum Hours:

Wednesday – Monday 9 am  4:30 pm

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Campe’s Motor Museum

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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
P:
+61419168400

Campe’s Motor Museum Admission:

Adult: $8.00
Child (Under 16yrs): $6.000

Plan: 1-2hr

Campe’s Motor Museum Hours:

Daily 10:30 am  3:30 pm

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York Motor Museum

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York Motor Museum

From the dawn of motoring when cars had three wheels, not four, to the great classic cars of the 1920s and 1930s, to the American cars of the 1950s dripping with chrome and the Aussie race cars from Bathurst of the 1970s, the York Motor Museum is an automobile exhibition for anyone with the tiniest spark of interest in motoring.

Housing the collection of motoring enthusiast, Peter Briggs, a selection of vehicles on loan from the Museum of Western Australia and private vehicles on loan, the Museum is a celebration of the excitement, the speed and the style of the automobile. It captures the passion of motoring like no other museum in Australia.

The exhibits include Veteran, Vintage, Classic and Racing Cars plus Motorcycles and Racing Bikes. In addition to the motor vehicles of all shapes and sizes, visitors to this charming tourist attraction can also enjoy the delights of the colourful collection of posters, motoring memorabilia and photographs.

116 Avon Terrace,
York WA 6302, Australia
P:
61896411288
Email: yorkmotormuseum@gmail.com

York Motor Museum Admission:

Adults – $12.00
SENIORS – $9.00
Students – $9.00
Children UNDER 12 – $3.00
FAMILY – 2 adults and children under 12 – $30.00

Plan: 1-2hr

York Motor Museum Hours:

Daily 9 am  4 pm

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Portland Powerhouse Motor and Car Museum

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Portland Powerhouse Motor and Car Museum

Portland Powerhouse Motor and Car Museum feature vehicles, stationary engines, motorcycles, signs, models, trams, tractors, a fully set up workshop, and photographic and general motoring memorabilia. Extensive range of veteran, vintage, and classic cars and trucks. Working exhibit – showing the internal workings of an early model Holden 6-cylinder engine

Friendly Society Reserve,
23 Glenelg St, Portland VIC 3305, Australia
P:
61355235795

Portland Powerhouse Motor and Car Museum Admission:

Family $20
Adults $10
Pensioner/ Concession $8
Children $1

Plan: 1hr

Portland Powerhouse Motor and Car Museum Hours:

Daily 10 am – 4 pm

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Gippsland Vehicle Collection

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Gippsland Vehicle Collection

The Gippsland Vehicle Collection provides Gippsland with an outstanding rotating display of interesting vehicles, cars, motorbikes, machinery, historic vehicles, carriages, trucks and auto memorabilia.

The motor museum in “The Maffra Shed” is located on the Sale Road in Maffra. The massive Shed is in an old vegetable de-hydrating factory built during WW2 and was initially leased by us from Murray Goulburn. In 2018 we were able to purchase the building which was a great milestone and testament to all the hard work which had gone in by our volunteers over the previous years.

The open-trussed building of around 2200 Square Metres is well worthy of a visit. Features such as Audio-Visual facilities, BBQ’s and meeting areas are provided for the use of community groups and car-clubs visiting the museum as part of their weekend leisure events.

Our constantly changing range of vehicles ensures a fresh and exciting display for visitors several times a year. The items on display reflect motoring and transport from horse drawn carriages up to modern racers and hot rods.

Housed in a specially built showroom is a collection of around 3,500 models – one man’s lifetime collection. This exhibition never ceases to amaze visitors as it includes a diverse range of models ranging from British Busses, Cranes, Fire engines, Racing Cars, Vintage Cars, Motorbikes and even a selection devoted to Elvis Presley

1 Maffra-Sale Rd,
Maffra VIC 3860, Australia
P:
61351473223
Email: admin@gippslandvehiclecollection.org.au

Gippsland Vehicle Collection Admission:

Adults – $15
Concession – $10
Children (under 15) – Free
Members – Free

Plan: 1-2hr

Gippsland Vehicle Collection Hours:

Friday – Monday 10 am – 4 pm

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Charlie’s Auto Museum

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Charlie’s Auto Museum

Charlie’s Arthurs Seat Auto Museum on the Mornington Peninsula is a great “to do” activity whilst visiting the Melbourne region.

A car museum housing a unique collection of over 80 motor vehicles, memorabilia, model cars & automobile paraphernalia from eras spanning over years- this display will captivate the minds of both the young and young at heart for many hours.

Located 1.5 km from the summit of Arthurs Seat on the Mornington Peninsula, the car museum is about an hour’s drive from Melbourne.

A range of souvenirs, model cars and other motoring items can be bought. Tea and coffee, soft drinks and ice creams are available for purchase.

175 Purves Rd,
Arthurs Seat VIC 3936, Australia
P:
61419887801
Email: charliesautomuseum@gmail.com

Charlie’s Auto Museum Admission:

  • Adults: $15.00
  • Children $8.00
  • Family $40.00
  • Concessions $12

Plan: 1-2hr

Charlie’s Auto Museum Hours:

Daily 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

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