An awesome collection of motorcycles and memorabilia from 1900 to the present.
The National Motorcycle Museum houses in excess of 800 motorcycles and memorabilia relating to motorcycles from 1900 to the present, including a large collection of Australian speedway.
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The museum is privately owned and operated by the Kelleher family and friends of the museum. The museum is purpose built and has over 2,600 square metres of floor space. With ample parking for bus and coaches groups are always welcome.
Some of the favourite machines on display are the Kenilworth scooter (1919), the twin cylinder water-cooled 2 stroke Scott, and the Vincent Black Knight. There is an excellent range from the early nineteen hundreds, and a lot of very interesting later machines. Allow an hour or two to have a good look around and read some of the interesting history presented. Books, toys, models, badges, patches and memorabilia are available for sale at the museum.
The relaxed atmosphere of morning and afternoon tea is a must do at the museum. Spend your time browsing with your friends while enjoying beverages and finger food. Morning and afternoon tea is available for adults only at $25 inclusive of museum entry and paid at the time of booking.
What did others have to say?
a week ago
This place is the business! I has all the motorcycle inspiration and awesomeness one can find! Definitely worth going to, and worth going back. You won't see everything first time around!
2 months ago
Ah, what memories. Great place to while away a couple of hours.
3 weeks ago
Nice collection of vintage motorbikes and cars. Nice fun with the kids on our way back from a weekend trip in Tuncurry
3 months ago
If you don’t mind the smell of old motor vehicles (close to 1000) in compact space.
3 weeks ago
Very good collection of bikes and cars. Great for a quick pit stop and enjoy the collection.