Inverell's National Transport Museum

With over 200 members and 250 vehicle exhibits, ranging from Vintage, Classic Modern, Commerical and Motorcycles, the National Transport Museum has become a valuable tourist attraction for the North West and New England area.

Some of the vehicles on display include a 1906 Dayton (believed to be the only one left worldwide), 1912 Renault, various Holdens and Fords including GT Falcons, 1926 Diana, 1929 Packard, and wide range of Chev's just to name a few.

  • Largest on the East Coast
  • Bus and Caravan Parking
  • All on one level for easy wheelchair and aged access
  • Complimentary tea and coffee
  • Kid friendly
  • Bus Tour Groups welcome

The National Transport Museum is situated in Inverell, Northern NSW, Australia.

Opening Hours

Mon-Sun: 9am to 4pm
(except Christmas Day)

Entry Fee

Family pass
(2 adults & 3 children)
Adult $20.00 pp
Child: 5-16 yrs $5.00 pp
Child Under 5 yrs free
Concession & Seniors Card $15.00 pp

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In the theatre now showing the story of Australian cars.

Vehicle of the Month-1920s Nimbus 750cc

Vehicle of the Month-1920s Nimbus 750cc

The Nimbus is a Danish motorcycle produced from 1919 to 1960 by Fisker and Nielsen of Copenhagen, Denmark, also manufacturers of "Nilfisk" brand vacuum cleaners (now Nilfisk). Two basic models were produced, both with a 750 cc four-cylinder engine.

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