The Australian Motorlife Museum, Wollongong

The Australian Motorlife Museum, Wollongong - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Darkes Rd, Wollongong NSW 2530, Australia

Phone: +61-242614100

Ticket Price: 15 USD

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:30 am - 04:30 pm Details

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About The Australian Motorlife Museum, Wollongong

Visiting the Australian Motorlife Museum gives you an insight into the history of motoring with the help of its display of historic vehicles and memorabilia and through the museum’s events, publications, and library. The main attractions of this museum’s exhibits are:

  • Gramophones
  • Very early typewriters
  • Signs and much more

With its current collection that comprises of thousands of antique items, this museum is a nice way to explore the history of motor industry.  The museum is also home of the Paul Butler Collection which includes about 16 motor vehicles prior to 1930, and many items of memorabilia.

The Australian Motorlife Museum Ticket Prices

  • Child: $5.00
  • Concession: $12.00
  • NRMA Members: $10.00

The Australian Motorlife Museum Opening and Closing Hours

  • All other times, or for group visits, by appointment.

How To reach The Australian Motorlife Museum by Public Transport

  • Nearest Bus stop: Prince Edward Dr Near Kanahooka Rd

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The Australian Motorlife Museum, Wollongong Reviews

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  • Top auto museum. Some unusual cars that I don't recall seeing before.

  • A good place to visit, love the old cars.

  • Very nice museum with lots of cars and other things such as caravans, gramophones, signs, typewriters, phones and much more. Everything on display is in very tidy condition and has information next to it. Some of the cars on display are quite rare and it's very interesting to see how it all evolved. I really enjoyed the stay and yes, it is a bit like a travelling back in time. Don showed us around and played the gramophone for us which was fantastic and really added to the atmosphere.

  • Surprisingly large collection of historic cars and memorabilia, very interesting

  • Great spot of motoring memorabilia, however a little out of the way (a number of locals i met didnt know it was thete). A lot of vecicles pre 1950. Been there a numer of times and learn something new. Ps ask about the queens carriage.

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