National Transport Museum
Explore the history of transportation in Australia at the National Transport Museum. Exhibitions at the museum offer a display of rare vintage vehicles, including a 1906 Dayton, which is considered to be the only one left in the world. Other important models are on display from the works of Holden and Ford, like the Falcon, Diana, and Packard. The museum also holds other vehicles and motorcycles ranging from vintage to classic.
The National Transport Museum has a robust collection of cars, trucks, scooters, pedal cars and other modes of transportation throughout the history of Australia with over 200 exhibits. There is a piece of history for everyone to admire, including other finds of the past such as antique dolls, vintage wedding dresses, model trains, classic sewing machines and a library filled with historic and rare manuals. The museum is open daily, including the weekends, from 10 am to 4 pm.
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