Open 7 days 8.30am – 6pm   Tel: +61 (08) 9209 6000

Attractions at the Park

Whiteman Park reserves the right to alter its attractions without prior notice. During the official fire season certain attractions will not operate if the Fire Danger Index is 40 or above.

Revolutions Transport Museum

Opening Hours: Open Everyday
10am to 4pm
Closed Christmas and Boxing Day
Entrance Fees: Entry by donation - Some special programs attract a fee
Location: Village Junction Station Precinct, Carpark 1 - Building ‘1’ on Park Map
Phone: (08) 9209 6040

Are we there yet?

Revolutions is much more than the State's only land transport heritage museum - it is an engaging exhibition that showcases the far reaching impact that our transport choices have made, and are making, on Western Australian lives and landscapes.

Open your eyes to some of the fascinating land transport heritage stories, ideas and developments that have shaped our past and will impact on our future.

Within the exhibition, a mini-movie starring the character 'Rev' is played in the theatrette, exploring various aspects of the land transport story. Revolutions is also home to the Whiteman Collection, antique machinery and curios that were collected by the Park's namesake, Lew Whiteman.

The Transport Heritage Trail

Revolutions brings all the different modes of land transport together into one place and is the storytelling hub of the Transport Heritage Trail. It will change the way you think about transport and how it shapes our lives and our neighbourhoods.

Make Revolutions your first stop on the Transport Heritage Trail at Whiteman Park.

The Transport Heritage Trail includes each of the five independent community groups, who each hold significant transport heritage collections, and provide rides, displays and other experiences for Park visitors. They are:
  • Motor Museum of WA
  • Tractor Museum of WA
  • Bus Preservation Society of WA
  • Perth Electric Tramway Society – operate the Whiteman Tram rides
  • Western Australian Light Railway Preservation Society – operate the Bennett Brook Railway  

“Down Memory Lane” Tours

Bringing together the wonderful transport heritage and recreational aspects of the Park, the Down Memory Lane tours are a great day out for seniors groups.

The program:

Starting at 10am with a delightful morning tea and special tour of Revolutions, Down Memory Lane will take you on a fascinating look into the past with a vintage tram, train or bus ride with one of the Park's transport heritage groups.

After lunch, visit one of the other museums or simply enjoy browsing the shops in the Village Mall before heading home for the afternoon.

Prices start at $16.00 per person. Down Memory Lane tours must be booked at least two weeks in advance through our Bookings Office.

WHEELS OF CHANGE Transport Heritage Education Program

Revolutions, WA’s most diverse land transport museum, offers five separate education programs designed for students in Years K-1, 2-3, 4, 5 and 6.

They explore how changes to land transport in Western Australia have transformed lives and shaped communities, both past and present.

Education Programs must be booked at least two weeks in advance, with our Bookings Officer.

School Holidays

There are always great hands-on activities for your kids each school holidays. Fees may apply.

Revolutions is a distribution point for Cycle Instead information and brochures, or visit www.dpi.wa.gov.au/cycling/