The Australian Motorlife Museum is set across 4000 sq. m of display space and it’s the second biggest museum of its kind in Australia.
They have an assortment of historic motor vehicles, motor bikes, petrol pumps, bicycles, gramophones, radios, sewing machines, lawnmowers, weighing scales, badges, irons, tools, numerous signs, typewriters, telephones, an extensive reference library and the list goes on and on.
The displays are aimed at providing a perspective view of not only motor vehicles but parallel technological development, particularly of the period c.1880 to 1950. Their oldest vehicle is an Australian built 1904 Innes motorcar and they are also home to one of only two surviving examples of a range of motorcycles manufactured by Australian David Spencer c.1906.
The Australian Motorlife Museum has a great deal to interest everyone, young and old alike, with an insight into the history of motoring through its showcase of historic vehicles and memorabilia. The museum is willing to accept donations of vehicles or other memorabilia of the time which will be displayed and cared for accordingly.