Rev up your engine, dust off the duco and take a look at some motoring magnificence!
Operated by the Council of Motoring Clubs of Western Australia (CMCWA) the Motor Museum of WA is a purpose-built, split-level building displaying more than 130 vehicles.
From the horse drawn era to the present day, their display covers a vast time span and is changed continuously, making the museum an interesting place to visit time and time again!
Almost every marque is represented in some form and the majority of the vehicles on display are fully licensed and roadworthy. The more permanent collection includes a 1974 Leyland Force 7 Coupe (one of only eight left in Australia), a 1924 Model T Ford Ambulance and a 1983 De Lorean, as seen in the movie ‘Back to the Future
’. There is also a large display of motor bikes for the two-wheel inclined!
Souvenirs are available for purchase from the Museum shop and include videos, model cars, postcards, books, badges and key rings.
The Museum and the CMCWA also hold a number of special events each year, including the Maurice Brockwell Memorial Run and the popular Classic Car Show where more than 1,000 cars are displayed in the picnic grounds of Whiteman Park.
For more information, visit www.motormuseumofwa.asn.au